When assessing the property and visitor's actions, one must investigate:
- The circumstances in which the visitor entered the property
- The use of the property
- The foreseeability of the accident that occurred
- Reasonableness of the owner to repair dangerous conditions or to warn visitors about hazardous areas on the property
If an owner is aware that trespassing is occurring and there are dangers on the property, the owner needs to take steps to give reasonable warning about these hazards to the trespassers. Example, No trespassing or 'beware of dog' signs.