Property owners have a societal duty to keep their property in decent condition so that it does not present a hazard to guests and visitors. Unfortunately, many landowners are careless when maintaining their property and ignore potentially dangerous conditions out of negligence or a desire to escape costly renovations. Hazardous surroundings, such as broken floorboards, dilapidated staircases, or a hole in the rug that might cause a slip and fall injury have the potential to cause serious long-term injuries. Suffering an injury on someone else’s property because they failed to take the appropriate steps to remedy dangerous conditions can be a painful and exasperating ordeal. Ensuring property is in safe condition is vital to any neighborhood or community, especially if there is a possibility of children entering the premises and suffering injuries.
When To Contact A Premises Liability Lawyer
When you injure yourself on another’s property due to their willful lack of upkeep, the property owner may be held accountable for premises liability. At Grisham & Kendall, PLLC our Dallas premises liability lawyers are knowledgeable about personal injury claims and want to help you take action against responsible parties. We have years of experience fighting for clients who are at odds with negligent property owners. Contact our Dallas offices at (713) 999-5085 today to speak to a member of our legal team.
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Common Premises Liability Claims
Property owners who ignore their duty to eradicate unsafe conditions are not only endangering themselves, but are putting anyone that might enter the premises at risk. Some common conditions that may lead to a premises liability case include:
- Inadequate or non-existent building security
- Unsecured wires or extension cords
- Wet or slippery floors
- Unsecured rugs or holes in a carpet
- Wet or waxy floors
- Defective staircases
- Missing steps
- Faulty elevator or escalator
- Water leaks
- Toxic fumes or chemicals
- Dangerous wiring
A premises liability case relies on the fact that the property owner knew about the potential hazard and failed to act in removing it. If you know a negligent property owner’s actions caused your injury, you likely have a premises liability case worth pursuing.
An experienced lawyer can help you recover damages for any medical expenses, lost wages as well as physical pain and suffering. The attorneys at
Grisham & Kendall, PLLC will aggressively pursue the rights of personal injury victims who have been hurt or injured due to the negligence of other residential or commercial property owners.
Contact a Premises Liability Attorney in Dallas
Although a premises liability case may seem daunting, the knowledgeable personal injury lawyers at Grisham & Kendall, PLLC know the appropriate steps to take to hold the responsible party accountable for their negligence. If you or someone you know suffered an injury on another’s property due to their carelessness, reach out to our Dallas offices at (713) 999-5085 to discuss the particulars of your case.