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Property managers and other responsible parties have a duty to provide a safe environment for those who visit their location. If negligent actions lead to the injury of a visitor, this duty may have been breached and the management may be liable for the resulting damage.
Although small instances of slipping on a grocery store aisle may come to mind, serious injuries can be inflicted if property is not carefully maintained. Injuries sustained on another’s property can range from bruises to broken bones, head injuries, and even paralysis.
The laws surrounding the liability of a property owner can vary widely depending on the situation, but in general the victim must establish certain parameters in order to prove that the landowner is liable for the injuries in question. Among these, the victim must prove that the injury must have been caused by an issue on the premises, the owner must have known about the issue, and the owner failed to take action to correct the issue before the injury occurred. Adequately establishing these facts can be more challenging than it appears, but an experienced attorney knows exactly how to approach this burden of proof.
If you’ve been injured while visiting another’s property, you could be entitled to compensation. The Texas premises liability lawyers at Adame Garza LLP have helped individuals facing a wide range of premises liability situations, and we can help you analyze the unique details of your case to determine what options are available to you. Contact us today for a free consultation. We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning there is no upfront cost for working with us and you won’t owe us anything unless we help you recover compensation.