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Slip-And-Fall at Burlington Coat Factory Store Leads to Lawsuit
Slip-And-Fall at Burlington Coat Factory Store Leads to Lawsuit

Under Maryland law, when you go onto someone else’s property, you are owed a duty to reasonably protect your safety. For instance, any hazards that could cause a slip-and-fall accident that the owner knows about or should reasonably know about, must be fixed and removed. ...

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