Some of our clients have suffered injuries on the business property of others, due to a dangerous condition on the property.  This can occur at commercial establishments such as hotels, restaurants, bars, shopping malls, or any other commercial property.  The property owner owes a duty to maintain its property free from unreasonably dangerous conditions, and when such conditions exist must either remedy the conditions or warn others on the property of the presence of the hazardous conditions.  This is especially true when the commercial property is open to members of the public and the business receives a financial benefit from opening its doors to the public (for example, a customer at a restaurant or hotel), as the invited guests are considered “business invitees.”