Texas Premises Liability Representing the Injured

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, millions of people experience an accidental fall every year. One in five of these falls causes a serious injury.

Property owners have a legal duty to keep their premises in a safe condition. The concept of premises liability holds a property owner legally responsible for accidents and injuries that occur on their property or around their business. Premises liability cases usually involve injuries that are the result of unstable and unsafe conditions on the defendant’s property.

Premises liability refers to the legal responsibility of property owners to maintain a safe environment for visitors. Whether it’s a slip and fall, inadequate security leading to an assault, or a dog bite, property owners are obligated to ensure their premises are reasonably safe. When they fail to do so and an injury occurs, they can be held liable for damages.

Types of Premises Liability Cases

  • Slip and Falls: These are among the most common premises liability cases. Slippery floors, uneven surfaces, and poor lighting can lead to serious injuries.
  • Inadequate Maintenance: Neglected maintenance can create hazardous conditions such as broken stairs, loose handrails, or crumbling sidewalks.
  • Dog Bites: When a property owner’s dog attacks, the owner can be held liable for resulting injuries.
  • Inadequate Security: Property owners must provide adequate security to protect visitors from foreseeable criminal acts.

 If you have been injured on someone else’s property due to the owner’s negligence, call 1-800-LAWBOSS for more information on how we may be able to help you after your accident.

Common examples of premises liability cases include slip and fall accidents, trip and fall accidents, inadequate security leading to assault or robbery, dog bites, swimming pool accidents, and injuries from unsafe conditions such as broken stairs or slippery floors.

Liability in a premises liability case can fall on property owners, landlords, tenants, property managers, businesses, and even government entities responsible for public spaces. The level of responsibility depends on factors such as ownership, control, and knowledge of hazards.

If you’re injured on someone else’s property, seek medical attention immediately. Report the incident to the property owner or manager and document the scene with photos if possible. Obtain contact information from witnesses. Contact a personal injury lawyer to discuss your case and protect your rights.

Premises Liability
Premises Liability

Injury Legal Team Available 24/7

Our personal injury legal team is here to help anyone who’s been hurt, offering a free case review to give them the support they need. We know how tough it can be dealing with injuries, both physically and emotionally, so we want to make things a little easier. Our team is made up of caring experts who will take the time to understand each person’s situation and provide clear advice on what they can do next.

With our free case review, we aim to give people the confidence to make decisions about their legal options without worrying about the cost. Whether it’s a car crash, an injury at work, or something else, we’re here to listen and help. Our goal is to make sure everyone knows their rights and can get the compensation they deserve. We’re committed to standing by our clients every step of the way, guiding them through the process and working hard to get them the justice they deserve.

Our Accident Attorneys Only Get Paid When You Win

Our premises liability attorneys work on a “no win, no fee” basis, meaning you only pay if we win your case. This payment setup, called a contingency fee, reflects our commitment to your success. It means we’re fully motivated to get you the compensation you deserve for any injuries you’ve suffered on someone else’s property.

We know legal costs can be a worry, so we don’t ask for any money upfront. Our team will carefully review your case, using our expertise to hold the property owner responsible for any negligence. You can trust that we’re dedicated to fighting for what’s right for you.

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