- Any property left in dangerous conditions
- Dog bites or other pet-related injuries
- Unmarked wet or slippery floors
- Broken railings, stairs, or steps
- Lack of building or parking lot security
- Unmaintained elevators or escalators
- Broken lights obscuring clutter on the ground
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Speeding or driving too fast for conditions (like a rain-soaked Southern California freeway).
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