If a property owner’s negligence resulted in your injury, you may be able to file a personal injury claim to get compensation for:
Property owners have a responsibility to ensure that legal guests on their property are safe. If they fail in that duty, they can be held financially responsible for injuries.
If you were injured on someone else’s property, either in a slip and fall or other accident, the attorneys at Grant & Flanery can help.
Contact our offices to schedule a free case evaluation with our legal team. Let us help you get back on your feet after your slip and fall injury.
Darren Grant & Matt Flanery are board-certified in personal injury law. For over 15 years, they’ve been helping East Texans fight back against insurance companies and negligent parties to get the financial compensation they need to fully recover.
Our legal team is backed by excellent, dedicated support staff who work hard for each and every one of our clients. Our team will keep you abreast of developments in your case, ensure you’re aware of important dates, and more.
If you’ve been injured on someone else’s property, you won't find a better or more prepared legal team to represent your interests.
Contact our offices to speak with one of our team members to schedule a free case evaluation.
If you’re a legal guest on a person or company’s property, that owner is responsible for your safety while you’re a visitor. Why you’re a guest determines the nature of that responsibility.
If you’re on a property for your own benefit, for instance if you’re a social guest or sales person, you’re a licensee, and the property owner is required to notify you of any hazards that they’re aware of.
If you’re a guest on the property and your presence is mutually beneficial, for instance if you’re a customer at a store, the property owner has a duty to notify you of any hazards they’re aware of or could reasonably become aware of with an inspection.
If the property owner failed to protect you, they can be held financially responsible for your injuries.
A premises liability claim can emerge from almost any accident that’s the result of property owner’s negligence, including:
By far the most common cause of injury, a slip or fall on a hazard the property owner ignored can result in a lawsuit.
If a property owner’s dog attacks you, you may be able to file a personal injury claim to recover damages.
Overstocked or improperly stocked shelves can be dangerous to customers, and if you were injured by falling merchandise we can help.
If a property has security personnel you are derelict in their duties, you may be able to win a personal injury case for damages.
Elevators, escalators, and other features of a property can be damaged and cause injury. If that happened to you, you may have be able to get compensation.
Almost any accident on another person’s property has the chance to lead to a personal injury claim. You need a qualified legal team to help you know if yours does.
Premises liability claims and the accidents that cause them can happen almost anywhere, including:
Spilled food, damaged floors, and other problems can cause serious accidents and injuries in a restaurant.
A lot of large retail stores simply don’t have the staff to properly stock shelves or clean floors, leading to accidents and injuries.
There are a lot of potential hazards in a grocery store, including wet floors, damaged shelving, and more.
The inside or outside of shopping malls or other retail centers can have a number of hazards that the owner may know about.
From damaged lighting to potholes, parking lot hazards can result in injuries that the owner can be held responsible for.
While not as common as those occurring in businesses, an accident on a private residence may lead to a personal injury claim.
The nature of your visit and the location all play a key part in your case. Let the experienced premises liability lawyers at Grant & Flanery help.
In most accident cases, medical expenses are the most costly part of recovery. Grant & Flanery will ensure you aren’t stuck with the bill.
If you missed work or are unable to work in the future, we’ll ensure that you’re compensated for those wages.
In some cases, judges and juries may award you compensation for the physical and emotional pain that you endured.
Our slip and fall accident lawyers will fight to ensure you get compensated for all damages that you have suffered.
If you suffered an injury on someone else’s property, the legal team at Grant & Flanery are standing by to help. As experienced personal injury attorneys in the Tyler, TX, area, we understand what can make for a successful slip and fall claim.
Contact our offices today to speak with a representative and schedule your free case evaluation. Let us help you figure out how to move forward.