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San Antonio Premises Liability Lawyer

Holding Negligent Property Owners Responsible for Over 25 years

If you've been injured on someone else's premises due to a property owner or business's failure to maintain safe conditions, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. At the Law Offices of Ruben Ortiz, our personal injury lawyer is well-versed in Texas premises liability and can help you understand your legal options. 

Our team can help you can navigate the complexities of your case and seek the justice and compensation you deserve. Don't hesitate to reach out to us if you've been injured on someone else's property in San Antonio. 

Contact our San Antonio premises liability attorney at (210) 592-4181 or reach out to us online to schedule a FREE consultation.

What Is Premises Liability?

Premises liability holds business and individual property owners accountable for accidents that occur on their property. These owners are legally responsible for maintaining a safe property and notifying visitors of any dangerous conditions.

A premises liability case occurs when an owner has failed to maintain the property, and someone is injured as a result. Overall, the goal of premises liability is to enforce certain safety standards and ensure that visitors are protected when entering a property.

Examples of premises liability can include:

  • Dog bites
  • Slip and falls
  • Swimming pool accidents
  • Electrocutions
  • Negligent security
  • Toxic chemical exposure

If you've been injured due to a property owner's failure to maintain their property, contact our firm for a free case evaluation. There are no upfront fees and you only pay after and if we win.

Premises Liability in Texas

In Texas, the level of liability for accidents on someone else's property is based on the status of the victim. Social guests, business visitors, and trespassers all have different levels of protection under the law.

Types of visitors include:

  • Invitees: This category includes individuals who have entered the property with expressed or implied invitation, or permission from the owner. Examples can include customers in a store, business employees, and more. The property owner has the highest level of duty towards invitees and must warn them of any unsafe conditions on the premises.
  • Licensees: Licensees are individuals who enter the property with expressed permission or consent of their owner for their benefit. The property owner is responsible for warning licensees about potential dangers present on the premises in a reasonable manner. However, in this category, the owner is not obligated to inspect or fix these hazards.
  • Trespasser: A trespasser is an individual who enters the premises without permission from the owner. For this category of individuals, property owners are not required to warn trespassers of hazards on the property, unless the property has equipment placed with the intent to injure trespassers or if the victim is a child.

If you sustained an injury due to the negligence of a property owner, it is important to seek the help of a premises liability lawyer. These types of cases can be complex, as there may be specific laws and regulations that govern how property owners must maintain their space. 

Our skilled attorney has the knowledge necessary to help you navigate the legal system and pursue the compensation you are entitled to. Get in contact with us to learn more about how we can help. There are no upfront fees for our services. Contact us today through our contact forms or give us a call at (210) 592-4181.

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  • You Don't Pay Unless We Win
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  • Over 25 Years of Experience Representing Clients with Personal Injury

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