Premise Liability

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A premises liability lawsuit is typically initiated when an individual sustains harm while on someone else's property. In such cases, the property owner may be deemed legally responsible for the injuries or any other losses incurred. This legal responsibility can arise from various situations, including instances where the property owner is found to have been negligent or has failed to adhere to specific safety standards.

Negligence in premises liability cases can encompass a wide range of scenarios. It may involve situations where the property owner fails to address hazardous conditions on their premises, such as slippery floors, uneven walkways, or inadequate lighting. Negligence can also occur when the property owner is aware of a danger but does not take appropriate measures to rectify it, provide warnings, or restrict access to the hazardous area.

Types of Premise Liability Cases 

Personal injury lawsuits can be complex, as they often involve many different types of negligence. Premises liability claims may be based on a number of different issues, including:

  • Unsafe security – This can occur when the property owner fails to provide an adequate security system or fails to maintain a safe environment.
  • Negligent entrances – Property owners may be held responsible for injuries resulting from dangerous entrances or exits.
  • Slip-and-fall accidents – Property owners may be held liable for dangerous or hazardous conditions on their premises.

If you or a loved one has been injured on another's property, it is important to understand your legal rights and options. At the Goline & Roland Law Firm, we can investigate the circumstances leading up to your injury and work to obtain the compensation you need and deserve.

Contact Goline & Roland Law Firm Today!

At Goline & Roland Law Firm, our team of attorneys is dedicated to alleviating the burdens associated with personal injury claims. With a wealth of expertise in navigating the complexities of such cases, we understand that each individual's circumstances are distinct. This is why we are committed to delivering personalized and concentrated efforts to secure equitable compensation on your behalf. We proudly serve Denton and surrounding areas, including Weatherford, Corinth, Denton, and Reno, Texas.

Contact us to arrange a consultation with one of our Denton County premises liability attorneys.

Texas Premise Liability FAQ

What are common examples of premises liability cases?

Premises liability cases can arise from various hazardous conditions, including slip and falls, trip and falls, inadequate security leading to assaults or attacks, dog bites, swimming pool accidents, and dangerous conditions on commercial or residential properties.

Why do I need a premises liability attorney?

A premises liability attorney can help protect your rights and pursue fair compensation if you've been injured due to unsafe conditions on someone else's property. They can navigate the legal complexities of premises liability law, gather evidence to support your claim, and negotiate with insurance companies or litigate in court on your behalf.


How can Goline & Roland Law Firm assist with premises liability claims?

Our experienced premises liability attorneys have a proven track record of helping injured individuals obtain the compensation they deserve. We conduct thorough investigations, consult with experts when necessary, and aggressively advocate for our clients' rights to ensure they receive fair and just compensation for their injuries and losses.


What factors determine liability in a premises liability case?

Liability in a premises liability case depends on various factors, including the property owner's duty of care, the foreseeability of the hazard, whether the property owner knew or should have known about the hazard, and whether they took reasonable steps to address or warn about the danger.


How long do I have to file a premises liability claim?

The statute of limitations for filing a premises liability claim in Texas is generally two years from the date of the injury. It's crucial to act promptly and consult with an attorney as soon as possible to ensure your rights are protected and evidence is preserved.


What damages can I recover in a premises liability claim?

In a premises liability claim, you may be entitled to recover various damages, including medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, disability or disfigurement, and other related losses. Our attorneys will assess the full extent of your damages and pursue maximum compensation on your behalf.


Do I need evidence to support my premises liability claim?

Yes, evidence such as photographs of the hazardous condition, witness statements, accident reports, medical records, and documentation of expenses incurred due to the injury can strengthen your premises liability claim. Our attorneys can help gather and preserve evidence to support your case.

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