Dallas Premises Liability Attorneys
Seasoned Personal Injury Lawyers in Dallas
Property owners or occupiers (such as a lessee in an office space) typically have a duty to keep their premises in a safe condition. Lawsuits claiming injuries as a result of some unsafe condition are dependent on determining what duty, if any, the property owner or occupier owed the injured individual. For example, a different legal duty may be owed to someone shopping at a grocery store than to someone playing on a swing set at a city park.
At Deans & Lyons, LLP, we understand that an immediate assessment of the legal relationship of the parties may determine how—if at all—a lawsuit may proceed. Our attorneys are familiar with how the application of lesser-known statutes and case law can provide a game-changing position for their clients, such as the intricacies of a “Recreational Use” statute or when an independent contractor’s actions can create landowner liability.
Contact our legal team by calling (844) 297-8898 today.
Factors to Prove a Premises Liability Claim
Premises liability laws differ from state to state. However, the following conditions must be proved in order to hold a premises owner responsible for a visitor’s damages:
- A condition on the premises posed some type of reasonable risk for injury
- The property owner or occupier should have been aware of the hazard
- The property owner or occupier’s negligence caused the injury
Types of Cases We Handle
At Deans & Lyons, LLP, our team handles a wide range of premises liability cases, including the following:
- Electrocution or shock injuries
- Drowning and near-drowning accidents
- Dog bites and attacks
- Severe slip-and-fall accidents
- Exposure to toxic fumes or dangerous irritants
Third-Party Assaults on Premises
Additionally, our Texas premises liability lawyers handle much more severe cases, including third-party assaults that result from a property owner’s failure to protect their patrons from known hazards. If a property owner provides negligent or insufficient security, and a person sustains harm, injury, or assault as a result, that property owner can be held responsible for the victim’s damages. For example, if a nightclub has a history of robberies, fights, or assaults, the property owner should provide security guards to protect guests from such dangers. Failure to do so can result in a premises liability lawsuit if a guest is hurt due to the unsafe conditions.
Contact Our Texas Trial Lawyers for Aggressive Representation
The personal injury lawyers at Deans & Lyons, LLP understand the best way to prevail in a personal injury case is to simplify complicated evidence and make it an unforgettable, but easy-to-understand part of the story. We work with preeminent experts and utilize captivating animations, presentations, and diagrams to bring our client’s case to life in the courtroom.
To discuss your case with a Texas premises liability lawyer, call Deans & Lyons, LLP today!