Texas Premises Liability Attorneys
Injured on Another's Property? Call (512) 553-4994 Today.
In many states including Texas, property owners are required to keep their premises reasonably safe for visitors. Various laws and legal principles help enforce these standards, but that does not mean property owners always comply. If you were injured at someone else’s business or residential property, you may be entitled to financial compensation to help you cope with the damages. At the Glen Larson Law, we are prepared to fight for your legal rights after another person’s negligence leaves you injured. We handle every aspect of litigation, and our experienced Texas personal injury Attorneys is available 24/7 to answer your questions and address your concerns.
Were you injured on someone else’s property? Contact the Glen Larson Law today at (512) 553-4994 today to start discussing your legal options.
We Hold Responsible Parties Accountable
When a property owner fails to keep his or her premises safe, it can result in painful and long-lasting injuries. These often have far-reaching consequences beyond just the physical pain; as medical bills begin mounting and you are forced to miss work because of your injury, you may soon find yourself facing financial hardship and emotional distress.
At the Glen Larson Law, we assist clients with a wide range of property-related injuries, including those resulting from:
- Slip and falls
- Dog bites/animal attacks
- Inadequate security
- Accumulated snow, ice or water
- Unsafe conditions
- Exposed electrical wires
- Exposure to dangerous chemicals
- Structural defects
- Balcony or structure collapse
- Defective railings and staircases
- Construction defects
- Unsafe work conditions
- Oil field structures
If you or a loved one suffered an injury—or even death—because of dangerous or improperly maintained conditions on someone else’s property, Glen Larson Law can help. We can help you understand your legal options as we strive to recover the fair financial compensation you are owed. No matter how complicated or difficult your case may be, we are prepared to get to work for you.
Learn more about how we can help you—schedule your free consultation with us today