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Austin Premises Liability Attorneys
Texas Slip & Fall Injury Lawyers
Work was being done on the building's front entrance, so the landlord sent people around the side of the building to another entrance. The path was poorly lit. The woman didn't see the foot-and-a-half deep hole before she fell in, breaking her leg in two places.
Slip and Fall Accident Attorneys
When a building's owner knows the lighting is insufficient or when a manager is aware of a safety hazard and does nothing to fix it or warn people, these owners and managers should be held responsible for the personal injuries that result.
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At the premises liability law firm of Leonard b. Gabbay, P.C., we often help clients who have been harmed by someone else's negligence. Our first concern is that our client receives appropriate medical treatment. Then we investigate the accident and determine if legal action should be taken.
- Did bad lighting cause your accident? Bad lighting can cause a fall on stairs. Or it may prevent a person from seeing a hole or indentation in a walking surface.
- Were you harmed because of poor security? If a building owner knew of previous assaults on the property and failed to improve the lighting or otherwise protect innocent people, you may have cause to make a premises liability claim for damages.
- Contact an Austin premises liability attorney. When a building owner knowingly allows a dangerous situation to exist, and when that dangerous situation causes an accident, our slip and fall accident lawyer can help you determine your legal options.
- Two common types of premises liability injuries are casused by the following two situations:
Located in 600 West 12th Street, Leonard B. Gabbay, P.C. is handicap accessible and we validate your parking. From our office in Austin, we represent clients in Travis County, Williamson County, Burnet County, Hays County, Bastrop County, and Caldwell County.
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