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Jennifer and her staff were so responsive, professional and determined to help me. Jennifer was very thoughtful and patient as she explained the complexities of my case and the process. I felt like she had my best interests in mind every step of the way. She empowered me with the information I needed to choose whether or not to take an offer or pursue other avenues. In the end, she was a determined negotiator and I felt like she helped me get justice for my case. I was very happy with the outcome and with the advocacy she provided. I would recommend Dixon & Cannon to friends, family and colleagues.


As posted by a former client, K.A., on AVVO

Over 50 years of combined legal experience


Premises liability claims include slip and fall injuries or any injury that occurs due to  a land or business owner’s negligence. Liability may arise if a guest falls on a poorly maintained stairway or in a poorly lit common area. Injuries from sitting on broken chairs are common, and may result in owner liability.


Owner negligence must be demonstrated for a successful cause of action. Injury alone does not automatically create a cause of action against the property owner, as some injuries are caused by the injured person’s own negligence. A successful claim for premises liability will usually require the plaintiff to prove the following:


A successful negligence claim under premises liability requires the following elements be proven by a preponderance of the evidence:


  • Lawful presence on the owner’s property

  • Existence of a dangerous condition

  • The landowner had, or should have had, knowledge of the dangerous condition

  • The dangerous condition on the property caused the injury


Too often injured people are victimized twice in premises liability cases – first, when they are hurt on the property, and second, when the property owner’s insurance company attempts to shirk responsibility by blaming the injured person. You want an attorney who is an is knowledgeable in premises liability cases. That’s where we come in. From our prior insurance work, we know what claim representatives look for in determining whether their insured is responsible for an injury. We also know the field of experts whose testimony can prove the existence of a dangerous property condition. We look forward to using our expertise in representing you in your premises liability case.



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Downtown Seattle Office

Dixon & Cannon, Ltd.

701 N 36th Street

Suite 420

Seattle WA 98103