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Property owners are responsible for maintaining safe conditions on their respective properties. If a property owner has overlooked or neglected a danger on their property, they can be held legally responsible for any injuries you suffer as a result. If this has happened to you or someone you love, you can count on the Law Office of James M. Stanley to advocate for your rights. Our Fort Worth premises liability attorneys will fight for the level of compensation you deserve. Contact our firm today to schedule a free and confidential consultation!

What Is Premises Liability?

Premises liability is built upon the duty of care of the property owner. Essentially, the duty of care represents the responsibility of the property owner to provide a safe environment for their visitors. However, such responsibility differs depending on the type of visitor that enters their property.

What Duty of Care Do I Owe as a Property Owner?

In the state of Texas, there are three different types of visitors and legal statuses:

  • Licensee – This individual enters the property by permission of the owner, but without an explicit invitation. With a licensee, the owner’s duty of care is to prevent injury and inform the licensee of the unsafe conditions that exist on the property.
  • Invitee – This individual enters the property by invitation or does so for the purpose of commerce, such as a customer or tenant. With an invitee, it is the property owner’s responsibility to ensure the highest standard of care. The owner must ensure that the property is safe for the use of an invitee.
  • Trespasser – This individual enters the property without permission or invitation of the owner. With a trespasser, the owner’s duty of care is only to abstain from causing injury by intentional force or conduct.

In some cases, when a child has been drawn to the property due to dangerous feature, the owner could still be held liable, even if the child was trespassing. This is called the attractive nuisance doctrine. In every case, it is important to determine which category you belong to and, with the help of a knowledgeable attorney, determine your legal status on the property.

Can You Sue a Property Owner for Negligence?

Under certain circumstances, an injured individual may need to sue a property owner for negligence. For instance, if the property owner fails to inspect their premises and fails to take necessary corrective measures when a hazard is discovered, then they could be held responsible for any injuries or damages that occur as a result. Additionally, if the owner has created an unsafe environment that does not meet the accepted safety standards, then they could also be held liable. Determining your eligibility for compensation can be a complex task, given the intricate nature of the legal regulations involved. Hence, seeking guidance from a proficient premises liability law firm is crucial to ensure you receive the right assistance.

How Can a Premises Liability Attorney Help?

If you or someone you love has been injured due to the negligence of a property owner, it is important to know that there are legal options available to help hold those responsible accountable. Premises liability attorneys in Fort Worth can help victims fight for the compensation they deserve and ensure their rights are protected.

With years of experience handling cases related to premises liability law, these professionals have the expertise necessary to evaluate your case and provide sound advice on how best to move forward. Whether you’ve suffered an injury from a slip-and-fall accident or another type of incident caused by a negligent property owner, having an experienced lawyer on your side can make all the difference when seeking justice in court.

An attorney can help you case by:

  • Analyzing and evaluating the legal situation to determine if a premises liability claim is valid.
  • Investigating the accident to collect evidence such as photographs, witnesses’ statements, and other relevant documentation.
  • Determining the applicable time limitations for filing a lawsuit in Texas.
  • Identifying all liable parties involved in an accident that resulted from property owner negligence.
  • Negotiating with insurance companies on behalf of clients to pursue full compensation for their losses.
  • Seeking damages for medical bills, lost wages, pain & suffering or disability resulting from an injury caused by a property owner's negligence.
  • Representing clients in hearings before administrative agencies or courts of law when necessary to recover fair settlements.
  • Drafting demand letters or complaints as part of settlement negotiations or litigation proceedings against responsible parties who have failed in their duty of care towards visitors on their properties.

The experienced attorneys at the Law Office of James M. Stanley can help you fight for your rights and get the compensation you deserve. Our Fort Worth premises liability lawyers are well-versed in Texas law and will work tirelessly to ensure that your case is handled properly.

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At the Law Office of James M. Stanley, we will work hard to show that the duty of care was not present in your injury claim. If you have been injured as a result of a property owner’s negligence, we will fight on your behalf to ensure that they are held accountable for your undue pain and suffering.

With over 35 years of experience, our team has the legal acumen to stand up for you rights and seek the compensation that is due you. Even if you are unable to come to us as a result of your injuries, we can make home and hospital visits and are available 24/7.

Call our seasoned premises liability lawyers in Fort Worth today at (817) 591-4222!

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