My law firm gets contacted all the time by people who either themselves, or a loved one has been injured on the property of the other. They want to know, do I have a case? Well, just because you've been injured on someone else's property, such as falling, doesn't mean you have a case, but many, many instances you do.
What we're talking about is the law of dangerous premises where you or a loved one have been injured on the premises due to water on the floor, due to a pothole, due to something falling off of a store shelf, or due to a dog that has bitten you. That is the area of dangerous premises.