Have you been injured while on a Fort Worth property that was owned by another person or business?
Property owners need to be held accountable when accidents happen, which is what the team of injury attorneys at Stephens, Anderson & Cummings is here to do.
Contact our Fort Worth premises liability lawyers today to schedule a free case evaluation and discuss your claim or fill out the form to your right and we will contact you shortly.
Types of Premises Liability Claims
Each premises accident is unique. There are a number of ways a person may be injured on someone else's property, but some common types of liability claims include:
Each day, nearly a dozen people die in drowning accidents, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Whatever the reason, families of drowning victims should seek legal counsel to determine what their rights are.
Assaults on a property often happen when property owners fail to ensure the safety of people on site. Inadequate lighting and negligent security are two common causes of premises assault claims.
Dog Bite Injuries
Each year more than 4.5 million people suffer from dog bites, according to the Centers for Disease Control. When you or someone you loved has suffered a dog bite injury, the dog owner needs to help responsible for their dogs actions.
Slip and Fall Accidents
Slip and fall accidents can result in serious, and sometimes fatal, injuries. As one of the most common premises liability claims, slip and falls can occur almost anywhere.
In many cases, such accidents could have been prevented if the property owner had taken the right steps to ensure that their property was safe.
Contact our Fort Worth Premises Liability Lawyers
Our lawyers understand that these situations can be frustrating, especially if you are seriously injured and face mounting medical bills and lost wages.
Our lawyers will thoroughly investigate your premises accident claim and create a legal strategy that best suits your specific needs. We will provide straightforward, honest legal advice.
At Stephens, Anderson & Cummings, a knowledgeable Dallas-Fort Worth premises accident lawyer can meet with you and listen to exactly what happened. We work a contingency basis, which means you pay us nothing if you don't make a recovery. Its that simple.