FAQ: What constitutes “hazardous conditions”?

A hazardous condition can be anything potentially dangerous or harmful to an individual. This could constitute any number of things including slippery floors, uneven floors, torn carpets, etc. Most property owners have a duty to keep the premises reasonably safe for people, including warning them of hazardous or potentially dangerous conditions on the premises. It is worthy to also consider that what is hazardous in a nursing home may not be hazardous in a gym. Once again, you must run this by an injury lawyer to discuss and analyze the matter.