LAWYERS EXPERIENCED IN PREMISES LIABILITY CASES
Dangerous conditions in a workplace, retail outlet, construction site or other public or private property can cause serious injury. Premises liability cases can range from a slip & fall on a cracked sidewalk to a tragic drowning at a water park. Our team of lawyers has experience in fighting for significant settlements and jury verdicts for victims of premises liability cases like these:
- Jury verdict in favor of an unarmed guard severely injured in a brutal beating on property that was not properly secured
- Jury verdict (2011, third highest Texas Verdict, Premises Liability) for a 90-year-old woman who suffered a crushed hip when caught in a hospital’s sliding door
- Confidential settlement to an oilfield worker whose lower leg had to be amputated after it was hit by equipment positioned too close to an access ladder
- Jury verdict awarding compensation to a wind farm worker who sustained broken bones and a serious head injury after falling 20 feet because of a defective weld
- Jury verdict in favor of a woman permanently injured by falling merchandise at a Builders Square
- Jury verdict awarding compensation to a Texas Department of Corrections prisoner who was stabbed 13 times. A contributing factor was the prison’s defective cell door system that allowed prisoners to leave their cells at will.
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INJURIES CAUSED BY DANGEROUS PREMISES?
Please call our lawyers if you or a loved one is a victim of injury caused by unsafe conditions, such as:
- Cracked, worn or broken sidewalks, patios, steps
- Unsound decks or balconies
- Unfenced swimming pools or pools with too few lifeguards
- Defective escalators, malfunctioning elevators
- Faulty electrical wiring
- Loose, dangerous dogs
- Criminal activity made possible by lax security
- Unsafe construction sites, work environments
- Poor lighting, lack of security cameras
TELL US WHAT HAPPENED
Please call for a free initial consultation. If we take your case, we will work on a Contingent Fee basis, which means you don’t pay us unless we win.