Texas businesses have a responsibility to the customers they serve. By opening their doors to the public, they are essentially inviting you in with the understanding that their premises are free of dangerous conditions and that you can patronize their business without fear of harm. When a business fails to uphold that standard of safety and customers are injured, they take on a new responsibility: making it right. When they refuse, the injured call us to hold the business owner accountable.

Premises liability injuries come in many forms. From an avoidable fall in a grocery store due to hazardous conditions to a structure collapse at a construction site, a number of situations can lead to a premises liability claim. Each one requires a different approach from the legal team, which is why it’s important that your legal representation have extensive experience in the practice area. The amount of compensation you receive may depend greatly on that experience, so doing your research is important before choosing a law firm.

Here are 2 simple questions you can ask at a consultation to make sure you secure the right representation for your specific case:

  1. Have you ever handled a premises liability case similar to mine?
  2. What was the outcome?

These are the most important questions to consider when seeking representation. From your potential lawyer’s answers, you’ll have a pretty good idea if you’ve found the right firm.