Sugar Land Premises Liability Lawyer
The law requires that those responsible for a property maintain safe conditions for those who use it, whether the property is private, public or commercial. This includes indoor and outdoor environments. Injuries which occur due to violations of this law may be the subject of a premises liability claim. Examples of factors which would be considered in a premises liability case include:
- Slippery surfaces
- Uneven flooring or unpredictable changes in walking surfaces
- Gaps or holes in the ground
- Obstructed passageways or exits
- Dangerous stairways
- Unsafe balconies
- Poor lighting
- Electrical hazards
- Unsafe equipment
- Insufficient or negligent security
- Lead paint
- Dangerous chemicals
- Failure to effectively warn of unsafe conditions
What should I do if I have been injured?
If you have been injured due to such factors, try to obtain photographic evidence of the conditions at play as soon as possible. It can often be the case that the parties responsible for such act quickly to alter the area so as to escape legal consequences. As soon as possible, contact a Sugar Land personal injury lawyer, who can help you determine your best course of action.
When you bring your case to The Léon Law Firm, P.C., we will conduct a thorough review of the factors involved. We will help determine the party who should be sued, which can be the property owner, caretaker, landlord, business owner, retailer, or government agency. We will take any necessary actions to build your case, such as interviewing witnesses or conducting direct investigations. We understand the personal consequences of such an injury and will fight to defend your rights. Negligence regarding the safety of others is not acceptable and if you have been injured, you deserve compensation for your expenses, lost income, and the physical and emotional trauma. We will aggressively pursue your claim and endeavor to obtain the maximum compensation.
Contact a Sugar Land Premises Liability Attorney
if you have been injured due to hazardous premises.