In Texas, Premises Liability Law states that a property owner must make sure their property is reasonably safe for licensees and invitees. What does that mean?
Three Types of Visitors
A licensee is a guest who is on the property for their own benefit – this could be a friend or a salesperson.
An invitee is a person who is on the property for their own benefit and the property owner’s benefit – think like a person going into a restaurant to eat. They are there for their benefit (to eat) and the property owner’s benefit (to sell food).
The third type of visitor is a trespasser, someone who enters the property without the owner’s knowledge.
Premises Liability in Texas
Premises liability law in Texas states that you must make sure your property is reasonably safe for licensees and invitees. If you are invited into someone’s home and you trip over a loose cable and hurt yourself, you could have a personal injury claim.
If you think you have a premises liability claim, call or text Carrollton Injury Law for a FREE injury claim evaluation.
How Can a Personal Injury Lawyer Help?
At Carrollton Injury Law, personal injury claims are all we do. We have the experience to know exactly how to get you the most money for your claim, because we do this every day. Clients who use a personal injury lawyer get about 3 times as much as those who file an injury claim on their own. (Source)
With $0 out of pocket, hiring a personal injury lawyer if you have been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault is a no-brainer.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident call or text Carrollton Injury Law at 972-360-9898 for a FREE injury claim evaluation. We will show you how we put Personal back into Personal Injury Law.