Texas Premises Injury Law
If you have been injured on someone else’s property through a slip and fall on a wet substance or due to an unmarked change in elevation, a crack in a floor or sidewalk or a painted flooring surface you may have a premises liability claim.
Typical injuries sustained in a slip and fall-type injury can include a broken knee, ankle or shoulder or a serious head injury.
An injury can result due to the condition of the premises or because of a negligent ongoing activity on the premises.
In order to ascertain what legal right you may have after being injured on someone’s property, an early investigation of the claim can be vital. It is important to preserve evidence. It is important to understand your status on the premises as an invitee, licensee or trespasser. Further, it is important to understand who is the responsible party for the condition and maintenance of the premises.
Scott Brann of The Brann Law Firm has handled premises liability cases for the past 28 years representing the injured parties.
For more detailed information, please see the premises libility post on our blog.
If you have been injured on someone property please contact us to let us know if we can be of service to you.