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    Portland Attorneys- Premises Liability law

    A person who suffers injury due to someone’s negligence or damage from negligence may be able to use what is know as the Premises Liability law to receive compensation for damages in most cases monetary compensation from someone who is responsible or liable for those injuries. Premises Liability law defines what a legal injury is and what is not. A person may be held liable and responsible to pay for another's injury caused by them. Torts are distinguished according to degree of fault; there are intentional torts, negligent torts, and strict liability torts.
    Under the Premises Liability law it may be used to compensate for injuries to different individual interests that are not recognized in property or contract law. This may include an interest in freedom from emotional distress, privacy interests, and reputation. These are protected by a number of torts such as Intentional infliction of emotional distress, privacy torts, and defamation or slander. Other torts from defamation and privacy may, for example, allow a person to sue a newspaper for publishing an untrue and harmful statement about him or her. Protection may include interests from freedom of movement, of false imprisonment which is when you are arrested without cause.
    Tort cases may be filed as a result from auto accidents, false imprisonment, slander and libel, or even product liability, or from environmental pollution, which is referred to as toxic torts.
    Under Premises Liability law, injury is defined. Injury does not just mean a physical injury. Injuries under Premises Liability law reflects invasion of individual interests. Interest may include property rights, nuisance and trespass of land interfering with rights in real property. The prospects of possible future economic advantages of signed agreements can also be injured and become a tort actions, also certain situations caused by parties in a contractual relationship may still be tort.

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