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Tag Archives: Landowner Liability

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Is a Building Owner Liable if a Construction Subcontractor Is Injured?

By Brad Burnette |

In Tennessee, property owners are generally liable if they fail to “exercise reasonable care” to prevent personal injury to individuals who are lawfully on the premises. This includes any people who are performing contracted work on the property. Indeed, Tennessee law expressly guarantees employees of independent contractors working on the premises the right to… Read More »

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What Happens If a Volunteer Is Injured While Working on My House?

By Brad Burnette |

Many of us enjoy doing our own home repair and home improvement projects. Some of us go so far as to build our own homes. If you take this course of action, it is important to be aware of the potential legal risks you might incur if you hire other people to assist you… Read More »

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