Injured In A Business Or On Someone’s Property? The Owner May Be Liable
Courts in West Central Texas place a lot of personal responsibility on people who were injured in accidents in stores, businesses and private property. More and more frequently, juries are no longer ready to award compensation to an injured person who could have avoided a recognizable hazard such as a slippery spot in a grocery store aisle. However, property owners are still held to high standards and expected to take all reasonable precautions to protect the public from defects and dangerous conditions that they know about or should know about that may lead to unavoidable injuries or wrongful death.
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“No-cost, honest evaluation. Clear explanations of the legal process. Responsive communication. Allen Law Firm will do everything we can to move the process along efficiently to help you get the full and fair compensation you are entitled to for your injuries and financial damages. You will be well-represented in settlement negotiations or in court.” Attorney Greg Allen
If you were injured or lost a loved one in an accident on a business or commercial property, talk to Allen Law Firm in Abilene. Attorney Greg Allen has represented clients on both sides of insurance claims litigation for nearly a quarter century. He understands what the key issues will be regarding preparing clear and convincing evidence necessary during personal injury settlement negotiations, as well as court, if the case proceeds to trial.
Common types of premises liability personal injury insurance claims include:
- Slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents due to dangerous conditions in aisles or other walking surfaces
- Injuries from assault, lack of security
- Dog attacks and bites on the pet owner’s property or elsewhere
- Playground and swimming pool accidents
- Injuries from defective and dangerous stairs and escalators
- Workplace injuries from defective building components such as overhead doors
- Injuries from falling products, materials and equipment
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You won’t know if you have a valid claim for damages against the insurance company or property owner until you speak with an experienced property owner liability trial lawyer. Call Allen Law Firm at 325-309-6533 or send an email to arrange a free consultation.