When someone is injured on someone else’s property, uncovering evidence to show liability is usually the job of the attorney, as it should be. Gathering and proving facts to show negligence is tougher than what most people think and it is more than what they see on TV.
One area that most lay people see as a “smoking gun” is a situation in which a landowner corrects a condition or problem on a property that caused an accident after the accident occurs. Common experience tells us that when someone fixes or corrects something, it is a tacit admission that there was a problem with that condition in the first place.
Subsequent Remedial Measures