Skilled Premises Liability Attorneys in Dublin, Ohio

Since 2000, our Dublin premises liability attorneys have represented Ohio residents and visitors hurt by hazards or dangerous conditions on public or private throughout the state.

Many premises liability cases include slip-and-fall accidents, trip-and-fall accidents, swimming pool injuries, and negligent security cases. Generally speaking, a property owner owes a duty of care to anyone legally on the premises, and failure to ensure that the property is reasonably safe can be liable for injuries. Whether you were injured on a business’s premises or while visiting a private residence, our premises liability attorneys can help you file a claim to seek compensation.

Our law firm founder and managing attorney, Jami S. Oliver, has been voted 2024 Lawyer of the Year in Dublin, Ohio, for Product Liability and named to the Best Lawyers 2024 list in multiple practice areas. Allow our skilled team, led by one of Ohio’s best, to help you make informed decisions about your case and future, starting with a free consultation.

What is Premises Liability Law in Dublin? 


Premises liability law is personal injury law that allows a party to seek financial compensation from a property owner who fails to maintain their premises reasonably and safely. It is essential to know that some states, including Ohio, distinguish between lawfully on the property and trespassing people. In addition, within the category of people who are lawfully on the premises, business owners owe a higher duty of care to customers than the duty that private property owners owe to private guests who are invited onto the premises.

In general, Ohio premises liability law has three categories of people who may be injured on another party’s premises:

  • Invitee: A person lawfully on the property for business purposes or the potential benefit of the property owner.
  • Licensee: A person lawfully on the property for personal reasons or their benefit (such as a person invited to the private residence of a neighbor).
  • Trespasser: A person not on the property lawfully and is only owed a limited duty of care.

Property owners, operators, or managers in Dublin have a duty to maintain the property in a reasonably safe manner for invitees and licensees. Still, invitees are owed a more significant duty of care. Property owners do not owe the same duty of care to trespassers and can only be liable for willfully or wantonly causing harm to a trespasser.


What we do differently at Oliver Law Office is ensure our clients know how important they are to us. You are not simply another case. You are not a number. You have gone through a physically and emotionally traumatic experience, and you deserve our full attention.

Oliver Law Office was built to prioritize and support you through unparalleled communication and commitment to your individualized needs by delivering an experience that instills trust and encourages the ethical and passionate pursuit of justice.

We handle all injury cases on a contingency basis, which means we advance all the costs necessary to pursue your claim, and we only charge you a fee if and when there is a successful result.

Our Ohio premises liability attorneys and team have successfully represented clients for nearly 30 years. We have intimate knowledge of Ohio’s personal injury laws and how to obtain maximum compensation from all insurance coverages and policies for each client’s unique recovery needs.

Your complete recovery is essential, and you are worth the fight. Getting your life back on track means not giving up on the process. We won’t either. Contact us today to learn more.

There is an exception for trespassers who are children who enter the property due to an attractive nuisance.

An attractive nuisance is a legal doctrine that holds property owners responsible for injuries to children who are attracted to dangerous conditions or objects on the property and unaware of the associated dangers.

Common examples of attractive nuisances include:

  • Swimming Pools
  • Trampolines
  • Playground Equipment
  • Construction Sites
  • Abandoned Vehicles
  • Unsecured Machinery
  • Ponds or Wells
  • Animals
  • Open Excavations/Pits
  • Old Appliances or Equipment

If you have been injured on public or private property, or your child was hurt or lost their life because of an attractive nuisance that should have been adequately secured, contact our skilled premises liability attorneys in Dublin today to learn how we can help with your claim.


There are many different types of premises liability lawsuits that may be filed in Dublin.

When negligence is a factor on private or public property, many types of premises liability accident and injury circumstances follow.

The most common types of premises liability claims in Ohio include, but are not limited to:

  • Slip and Fall Accidents

These occur when someone slips, trips, or falls on a property due to hazardous conditions like wet floors, uneven surfaces, ice or snow accumulation, or inadequate warning signs.

  • Trip and Fall Accidents

Similar to slip-and-fall accidents, trip-and-fall incidents involve tripping over obstacles like uneven sidewalks, loose carpeting, or debris left in walkways.

  • Inadequate Maintenance

Property owners have a duty to maintain their premises. Failure to do so can lead to accidents caused by broken handrails, faulty stairs, or poorly maintained facilities.

  • Negligent Security

Property owners may be liable if inadequate security measures contribute to criminal acts, such as assaults or robberies, on their premises. This is especially relevant in apartment complexes, hotels, or other public places.

  • Dog Bites

Property owners can be held responsible for injuries caused by their dogs. This includes bites or other injuries resulting from a dog’s aggressive behavior.

  • Swimming Pool Accidents

Property owners with swimming pools must take measures to ensure the safety of visitors. Accidents may occur due to a lack of proper fencing, supervision, or warning signs.

If you have suffered injuries or lost a loved one in a premises liability accident caused by negligence in Ohio, contact our dedicated Dublin personal injury attorneys today. There is never a charge to speak with an attorney or any upfront or out-of-pocket costs to associate with our law firm in an injury or death matter.

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Contact Oliver Law Office Today 

At the Oliver Law Office, we know how important it is to seek compensation to cover medical bills, lost wages, and more following an injury on someone else’s property. If you were injured because of a hazard on another party’s premises, you could be eligible to file a claim. An attorney at our firm can evaluate your case today and can provide you with more information about your options for seeking financial compensation. Contact our experienced Dublin premises liability lawyer today by calling us at (614) 220-9100 to learn more about how we can assist you.