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Complex Premises Liability Claims: Negligent/Inadequate Security, Hiring and Training, Construction and Maintenance

Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A

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Conducted on Tuesday, February 14, 2023

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This CLE webinar will discuss recovering from owners and occupiers of property for catastrophic injuries and wrongful death arising from complex fact patterns, including negligent or inadequate security, negligent hiring and training, or negligent construction and maintenance. Our esteemed panelist will review overlooked pathways to liability that many owners and occupiers of property never think about, best strategies for investigating potential claims, and crucial discovery.


Property owners can be liable for catastrophic injuries caused by others or caused by conditions created by others about which the owner/occupier may claim ignorance or deny responsibility. But in 2022, both the severity of injuries and the amount of verdicts increased dramatically.

Many complex legal and factual issues arise in these types of cases, including which of many different defendants may be responsible for the injury and their relative fault. Sometimes the work of a third party can change the premises, or sometimes employees fail to disclose relevant information to the property owner/occupier. Both the identity of the defendant and the purpose of going onto the property can affect the analysis, claims, defenses, and insurance coverage.

Listen as our experienced panelist discusses and provides clarity on complex issues that arise when attempting to recover from owners and occupiers of property for catastrophic injuries.



  1. Duties of owners and occupiers of property
  2. Duties of entrants to property
  3. Establishing foreseeability of actions by third parties
  4. Defenses
  5. Damages


The panelist will explore these and other key issues:

  • What are the most common defenses to premises liability claims based on negligent security or negligent hiring and training?
  • What hidden dangers are most often overlooked by property owners?
  • What are best strategies for proving foreseeability of injury?
  • How can plaintiffs preserve insurance coverage?


Miller, Parker
J. Parker Miller

Beasley Allen

Mr. Miller is a nationally acclaimed attorney, having handled and resolved significant cases across the nation worth a...  |  Read More

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