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Premises Liability

Premises liability involves any and all claims that have to do with injuries sustained while on another’s property. These injuries can be caused by slip/trip-and-fall accidents, assaults due to poor security, dog bites, and unsafe property conditions. In many cases, businesses or property owners or managers are aware of the conditions which have lead to injuries, but do not take the necessary steps to fix them. If you have been injured on another’s property as a result of their carelessness or negligence, it is recommended that you contact a lawyer who will seek to hold them responsible for the damages you have suffered. At Amaro Law Firm, we have successfully represented individuals that have suffered injury in the following places:

  • Supermarkets
  • Public walkways
  • Parking lots
  • Shopping malls
  • Apartments
  • Amusement parks
  • Hotels and motels
  • Stadiums
  • Places of work

We believe that businesses, property owners, or managers should be held accountable for their negligent acts. If you are the victim of property negligence, our firm will utilize its significant legal resources in an effort to secure any possible compensation available in your case.

Dangerous and unkept properties can cause accidents and serious injuries. When they do, property owners and others may be liable for compensating victims.

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Types of Property Negligence

There are several types of property negligence that can result in injury to innocent individuals, including:

  • Insufficient maintenance: Property owners/managers are obligated to maintain their premises in order to reduce the risk of injury to the fullest possible extent. Lack of maintenance can create a space that is inherently dangerous for visitors.
  • Animal attacks: Property owners who fail to maintain adequate control over their animals can be held financially responsible if those animals attack and injure other people.
  • Poor lighting: Poor lighting can contribute to security threats, and instances of assault. It can also make obstacles on a property difficult to see, increasing the risk of serious falls.

To find out how our premises liability law firm can help you with you case, contact us today at (713) 352-7975. Our friendly staff will ask a few questions about your case and connect you to an attorney who can help. You can also fill out the “Free Case Evaluation” form at the top of this page.