Owning investment real estate can be a great way for anyone to earn cash flow and build long-term personal wealth. While real estate can be a great and passive source of income, there is some work and risk that is involved with it. One of the risks that all landlords take on is the risk that their tenants or guests of the tenants will be injured while they are in the landlord’s property.
When it comes to tenant injuries, many people are confused about what the liability of the landlord is. While this can be a murky area that is hard to understand, a landlord can be found to be at fault and liable in these situations. While there is a chance that a landlord can be found to be at fault, there are many things that they can do to protect themselves and make sure they are properly covered. Continue reading