Premises Liability & Property Insurance
Texas Premises Liability Attorney
Under Texas law, property owners have an obligation to maintain their premises. If injuries occur on land or buildings that have been poorly maintained, the owner may be liable for those injuries. If you have been hurt because of dangerous or defective property conditions, you need an experienced accident injury lawyer to advise you.
At The Law Firm of Alton C. Todd, we have been advising and helping people injured because of dangerous premises for more than 30 years. Let us put our experience to work for you. Contact our Houston-area law office for a free-initial consultation. Learn how we can help.
Examples of defective property
Almost any dangerous property condition can cause injuries or death. Our clients include people and families who have been hurt or killed because of:
- Broken stairs, broken steps and dangerous stairwells that cause trip and fall accidents
- Fires and explosions
- Wet and slippery floors that cause slip and fall injuries
- Pavement cracks and breaks
- Malfunctioning elevators and escalators
- Failure to warn of a hazardous or dangerous property condition
- Negligent security and inadequate lighting
- Swimming pool accidents
- Attractive nuisances that injure children
- Exposure to hazardous materials on the property
- Conditions that cause nursing home accidents
Examples of injuries from dangerous property conditions
These conditions cause serious injures and even death. We have helped people with broken bones, burns, and head injuries. We have filed wrongful death claims for families whose loved ones died because of electrocutions, drowning, and toxic exposure. Whether you need compensation to help you recover from your own injuries, or are grieving over the death of a loved one, our law firm will diligently pursue your case.
If you have been hurt because of dangerous property conditions, contact our Houston-area office, The Law Firm of Alton C. Todd, to learn how we can help you achieve financial security and peace of mind. Premises liability is not an abstract legal phrase. It can help you.
For more information about personal injury, visit our personal injury information center.