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Premises Liability Lawyers in the Texas Panhandle

Texas Panhandle, Amarillo, and Pampa Premises Liability Attorneys

If you are injured on another person's property, you may be able to hold the property owner or manager accountable for the injuries you sustained. Common grounds for premises liability claims include:

  • Animal Attacks: Animal bites can range in seriousness from scrapes and bruises to deep wounds. Unfortunately, there are even many cases of death resulting from animal attacks. The owner of the animal should be held responsible for your injuries and a Texas Panhandle personal injury attorney can help hold them accountable.
  • Explosions & Fires: Serious burns from explosions and fires can lead to permanent disabilities and even death. If you or a loved one has been injured due to a fire, you could be entitled to compensation. You should not have to be responsible for the medical treatments and loss of wages you sustain.
  • Mesothelioma: This rare type of cancer is related to asbestos poisoning and can be fatal. Symptoms include persistent coughing, chest pain, abdominal pain, anemia, and fever. If you have been exposed to asbestos on the premises of another, you could be entitled to a financial settlement.
  • Slip and Fall: If you have sustained injuries on the property of another, premises liability law could entitle you to compensation. You should not be responsible for your medical bills and pain and suffering if the property owner was at fault.

Proving a Property Owner's Liability in Texas

If you were injured while at a restaurant, mall, shopping center or even in a parking lot or at an office building or apartment, you may be able to seek financial damages for the injuries you have experienced. Now is the time to discuss your case with an effective attorney from our firm who can offer you knowledgeable insight.

To show the legal accountability of a property owner for an injury or accident that occurs on their property grounds, your attorney will need to prove the following elements. The burden of proof will be on you, the plaintiff (person bringing the case against the property owner) to prove these.

  • A hazardous condition existed on another's property
  • The defendant (property owner) knew or should have known that the condition existed
  • The defendant should have anticipated that the condition would present an unreasonable/unforeseeable hazard to another person
  • The defendant was negligent in that they knew about the condition and did not fix it, should have known about the condition or created the condition
  • You were injured
  • The condition on the defendant's property caused your injuries

Proving negligence is no easy task, but with the proper resources and an aggressive approach your attorney may be able to effectively assist you in seeking just compensation for medical bills, lost earnings, emotional suffering, future medical care and even loss of potential earnings. Contact our Texas Panhandle, Amarillo, and Pampa premises liability lawyers at Buzzard Law Firm, PC by calling (806) 665-7282 to learn about your options for pursuing rightful compensation.

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208 N. Russell
Pampa, Texas 79065
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