Edmonds, WA Attractive Nuisance Attorneys

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What are Nuisance Laws in Edmonds, WA?

Attractive Nuisance laws and regulations exist to protect children. Washington regulates Attractive Nuisances and makes land owners liable in certain situations.

Attractive Nuisance Rules in Washington

The laws that govern Attractive Nuisances provide that landowners should keep their property free from objects or conditions that can cause harm to a minor in Edmonds.

To prevail in an Attractive Nuisance lawsuit, the injured party (the plaintiff) must prove four elements of their case. First, the plaintiff must show that a dangerous, or potentially dangerous, condition existed on the property in Washington. Second, that the property owner created or perpetuated the condition.

Third, the property owner knew or should have known that children would be attracted to the object or condition. Finally, it must be shown that the landowner knew or should have known that the object or condition could have caused harm to children.

To prevail in an Attractive Nuisance lawsuit, the injured party (the plaintiff) must prove four elements of their case. First, the plaintiff must show that a dangerous, or potentially dangerous, condition existed on the property in Washington. Second, that the property owner created or perpetuated the condition.

Washington Attractive Nuisance Attorneys Are Ready to Help

If your child was hurt by an attractive nuisance, such as a cute but dangerous dog, or an empty swimming pool in Edmonds, Washington you should find a lawyer as soon as possible. Attractive Nuisance lawyers can make sure that your child gets the recovery they deserve.

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Life in Edmonds

Edmonds, Washington is a city in Snohomish County. It has a population of slightly over 40,000 people.

It is the oldest incorporated city in Snohomish County, Washington, having been founded in 1899 by a logger named George Brackett. It's not clear who or what the city of Edmonds, Washington is named after, but it is likely either then-U.S. Senator from Vermont George Franklin Edmunds, or nearby Point Edmund (later re-named to Point Edwards).

By 1900, regular ferry boat service to Seattle was available. Edmonds, Washington is an important regional center for the arts. It fetaures a well-known, privately-funded drama club, called the Driftwood Players. They do 4-5 major productions per season, interspersed with several more one-night plays.

It also has hosted a major art festival since 1957, which focuses on the visual arts such as painting and illustration, and collaborates with local schools, featuring several galleries exclusively displaying the artwork of local students, to help promote arts education. Edmonds, Washington also hosts a jazz festival every Memorial Day weekend, with professional, famous jazz performers playing, as well as music students from nearby schools.

Given its diverse, eclectic population and culture, it's no surprise that Edmonds, Washington has a diverse and well-rounded legal community. If you're facing a legal issue, and live in the area, it's almost certain that an Edmonds, Washington lawyer can help.

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