Premises liability can stem from a range of incidents. It can be a restaurant or gas station. You can be injured from swimming pool accidents and drowning to dog bites, from amusement park facility and ride injuries to slip and falls and trip and falls at a business or residence. If you were injured by the negligence of a business or individual, seek counsel.
Under Texas law, an owner or occupier of land has a duty to keep the premises under his or her control in a safe condition, thereby holding Texas landowners and business owners responsible for injuries and damages that occur to others while on their property.
Basically, anyone who owns the property, commercial or residential, and allows someone else to enter it owes that person level of a duty of care not to injure them.
There are three different classifications of visitors on the premises.
These types of cases require certain questions to be answered:
- What circumstances brought the injured party onto the property;
- Was the accident foreseeable;
- What steps did the owner take to warn visitors of the danger;
- Was the danger known?
If you or a loved one was injured as a result of a landowner or business owner’s negligence, call Caquias Law Group, PLLC. If your claim meets the criteria to hold the landowner or business owner responsible, you may have a case.
Our legal team will fight for your rights and will work diligently to get you the compensation you deserve. Call today for your free consultation.