INJURIES ON PROPERTY
Property owners and occupants have a duty to keep their premises safe for visitors. This means keeping the property free of hazards, property defects, and other dangerous conditions. When these issues are not addressed in a timely manner, accidents can occur. Slips, trips, and falls are the most common types of accidents that happen to property visitors. These may seem like minor incidents but slips and falls often cause serious injuries that result in mounting medical bills, days missed from work, and other out of pocket expenses.
Slip and fall injuries in Texas often happen in numerous types of residential and commercial settings, such as:
- Retail stores
- Grocery stores
- Wholesale clubs
- Home improvement stores
- Amusement parks
- Hotels and resortsv
- Stadiums and arenas
- Construction sites
- Office buildings
- Apartment complexes
- Nursing homes
- Government buildings
- Parking Lots
- Private residences
- Dog bites
Owners and occupants are supposed to routinely inspect their properties to identify any hazards and warn visitors of their existence. In addition, they are supposed to take reasonable measures to address safety issues once they become aware of their existence.
If you’ve been injured on someone’s property, call 832.621.3484 for a free consultation to see how we can help!
Whether you have health insurance, don’t have it, or don’t want to use it, we can assist you in getting the medical help you need and deserve. We can help you find conveniently located therapy clinics, chiropractors, medical doctors, imaging facilities (MRI facilities), pain management doctors, orthopedic surgeons, ambulatory surgical centers, hospitals, and more. We can also help to make sure these bills make it to the responsible insurance company for consideration and payment.
Once you have recovered from your injuries, we will get to work on resolving your injury claims by:
- Verifying any liens arising from your case, such as hospital liens, health insurance liens, and workers’ compensation liens
- Negotiate reductions on any liens to save you money
- Retain experts necessary to develop your case such as an accident reconstruction expert, vocational rehabilitation consultant, or economist
- Obtain a complete set of your medical bills and records
- Prepare a settlement demand for the insurance company or companies to review
- Negotiate a settlement on your behalf or advise you if litigation is necessary to obtain a more favorable result
Every step of the way, we’ll be available to answer your questions, provide you with updates, and make sure you know what we’re doing for your injury claim and what steps are left to be done.