Whether you’re a guest or customer, when you’re on somebody else’s property, they’re responsible for ensuring that you’re safe from hazards and, in some cases, potential hazards.
Should a property owner fail to protect you and you are injured because of that failure, you may be facing a long road to full recovery–if you’re able to fully recover at all.
Biggs & Greenslade can help. As experienced personal injury lawyers in the Tyler, TX, area, we can file a personal injury claim for your slip and fall, allowing you to recover lost wages, pay medical bills, and get compensation for your pain and suffering.
Contact our offices to schedule a free case evaluation. Tell us about your accident, and let us help you figure out what to do next.
Kenneth Morgan Biggs is a former US Marine, law enforcement officer, and district prosecutor with hundreds of hours of trial experience. If your case goes to court, you can expect him to be in your corner, fighting for you.
John Greenslade spent the early part of his legal career working for a law firm that protected insurance companies' bottom line. Today, he uses that experience to bring them to the negotiating table and fight for his clients.
Annie Northcutt’s experience as a district prosecutor has encouraged her passion for helping others. She’s service-oriented and makes sure that her clients are taken care of, inside and outside of the courtroom.
Slips and falls are only part of a larger branch of legal codes that encompass premises liability. These codes require that a property owner protect legal visitors and guests while on their property.
The nature of the required protection depends on the nature of the visit. An invited visitor on the property for their own benefit must be warned of potential hazards that the owner is aware of.
An invited visitor on the property for the benefit of themselves and the owner, a customer at a business, for instance, must be warned of potential hazards that the owner is aware of and which could be seen after a reasonable inspection.
Premises liability cases are also more than slips and falls. They can also include:
If you were injured on someone else’s property, you might be able to file a premises liability case. At your free case evaluation, our legal team will listen to the details of your accident and help you determine the steps you should take.
Call or contact our offices today to schedule your free consultation.
If you’re injured on someone else’s property, you may have a case. Our slip-and-fall accident lawyers frequently see cases from accidents that occurred in:
Spills, condensation from refrigeration, grease, and any other number of things can cause an accident in a grocery store.
From exposed electrical wiring to damaged carpeting, there are a lot of ways to sustain an injury in a retail store.
The interior and exterior of shopping centers can pose hazards, and if you sustain an injury in one, you may be able to file a claim.
Potholes are common in East Texas parking lots, and sometimes property owners don’t take the precautions to warn visitors about them.
Buildings owned by the county, state, or municipality aren’t exempt from premises liability laws and can be forced to pay compensation.
From accidental burns to slips, trips, and falls, an injury you sustained in a restaurant may entitle you to compensation.
If you’re a guest in someone’s home and you’re injured, you may be able to file a personal injury claim for damages.
No matter the property, if you’re a legal visitor on it and you’re injured, our team can help. Contact us to schedule a free case evaluation.
It can be difficult to determine whether or not you have the potential for a premises liability personal injury claim. The first step of any slip-and-fall case is to determine how the nature of your visit affects the property owner’s liability.
This will allow the courts to determine negligence. Depending on the unique circumstances of your case, negligence can look very different. Negligence can be:
During your free case evaluation, the legal team at Biggs & Greenslade will listen to the details of your case, review any evidence you have, and help you determine whether or not you have a good cause to file a personal injury claim.
A personal injury claim will help compensate you for damages to your person or your property. For a slip and fall or premises liability case, you may be able to get compensation for:
Serious injuries are expensive, both in terms of time and money. We’ll fight to ensure you get you aren’t stuck with your medical bills.
If you’ve been injured, you’ve missed work. If you’ve been seriously injured, you may be unable to work. We can ensure you don’t lose all of that income.
You may be able to claim compensation for the mental, physical, and emotional anguish that your accident has caused you and your family.
Our legal team will fight to get you whatever compensation you qualify for. Schedule your free case evaluation today to learn more.