In Nevada, property owners have a duty to take care of their property. One of the ways that property owners must keep their property safe is by making sure that children who come on the property do not face any dangers. Even when children trespass on someone else’s property, the property owner still has a duty to take steps to keep children safe.
The law that requires property owners to keep their property safe for trespassing children is called the attractive nuisance doctrine. Although the law is relatively straightforward, you may still need to work with a personal injury law firm to determine how this law will impact your situation after an accident.