Steeg & Glista, P.C.

Premises Liability

Under Michigan law, owners and possessors of property have an obligation to maintain it in a safe condition and to warn visitors of known
dangerous conditions.

Ice and Snow

Under certain circumstances an owner or possessor of property can be liable for injuries sustained by members of the public from falls on their property. The law still requires fault before responsibility attaches. However, this law is changing rapidly. If you have already been advised you had no case, call us to see whether we think you do before giving up!

Dog Bites

The Michigan Dog Bite Statute imposes absolute liability on the dog’s owner except when the dog has been provoked.

Injuries To Children

The law provides special treatment when a minor is injured on the property of another. Laws such as the “attractive nuisance doctrine” may impose liability upon a landowner when a child is injured even if the same would not be true with an adult.