The owner of a premise is responsible for ensuring that the premise is reasonably safe. The premise owner is also responsible for warning individuals on the premises of any dangerous conditions the premise owner is aware of. If you have been injured on someone else’s property, you may have a claim for compensation. Injuries can result from problems on public walkways, swimming pools, and faulty stairs, parking facilities, balconies, gardens and any type of commercial premises.
In Texas, you must prove one of the following in order to have a premise liability claim. Firstly, that the premise owner created the dangerous condition that caused the injury or harm; secondly, the premise owner was aware of the dangerous condition and failed to fix it; or thirdly, the premise owner knew or should have known about the dangerous condition because it existed for a substantial period of time.
If you have been injured and are wondering if you are entitled to compensation, call an attorney at NNK today at 972-939-4878.
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