El Paso Slip & Fall Accident Lawyers
Experienced Texas Personal Injury Firm
Hurt by a fall on another person's property? If some condition of the
property or owners' negligence was responsible for your fall, it may
be possible to hold the property owner liable for any injuries you sustained. Call our
El Paso personal injury lawyers at Guerra & Farah, PLLC as soon as you can to get started on your
case for compensation.
How Does a Slip & Fall Claim Work?
A slip and fall claim falls under
premises liability, which means a property owner can be held responsible for another person
who injures themselves on the property. Such a claim depends on whether
the defendant acted reasonably in the upkeep and maintenance of the property.
Considerations for Determining Liability Include:
- Did the reason for the fall exist long enough for the owner to know of it?
- Can the owner prove they regularly maintained the property?
- Was there a legitimate reason for the existence of whatever you may have
- Could the object have been fixed or moved without great inconvenience to
- Could there have been a warning put in place to warn others from injuring
- Did poor or broken lighting contribute to the accident?
If the answers to any of these questions leave the responsibility on the
property owner, you may have a good claim to recover damages. However,
it is essential that you retain support from a seasoned lawyer who knows
how to handle these types of claims.
We Protect the Rights of the Injured - Call Us Today!
As soon as you are injured, you need to call an El Paso injury attorney
to get started on your case. Guerra & Farah, PLLC can investigate
the details of the accident as well as your injuries to help you build
a convincing and compelling claim.
Our personal injury lawyers in El Paso have years of trial experience and
have already recovered millions of dollars for our clients. We will not
take single penny from you until you receive the maximum amount of compensation
for your injury claims.
Contact us right away
schedule your free case evaluation where we can discuss your case in person.