Premises Liability Lawyer
Dallas – Richardson – Plano
Store owners, apartment complexes, and other land owners have a duty to keep their property safe for customers, tenants, and visitors. Dangerous conditions, including protection from criminal activity, must be dealt with appropriately, or they may be subject to a premises liability case.
If a business is in an area known for crime, it must take reasonable steps to protect its customers. An apartment complex must do the same for its tenants and guests. If you or your loved one has been injured or killed because of inadequate security measures, The Fell Law Firm can help you.
Property owners must also keep their property safe from other dangerous conditions, such as rickety stairs, cracks in pavement, holes, etc. A simple hidden hole can cause an ankle or leg fracture that results in substantial medical expenses, missed time and wages from work, and pain and suffering.
The Fell Law Firm handles everything so that you can focus on getting your life back together. We will promptly investigate and build up your case for maximum recovery and will pursue all available types of damages for you, which could include any of the following:
- Medical expenses – past and in the future
- Pain and suffering
- Mental anguish
- Physical impairment
- Lost wages
- Loss of earning capacity
- Loss of consortium
- Property damages
- Rental vehicle expense
- Loss of use of vehicle
- Wrongful death
If a settlement cannot be reached, Gregory B. Fell, is an experienced trial lawyer that will take your case all the way to a jury, if needed. At the end of your case, we will negotiate with your medical providers to help settle your bills.
Contact The Experienced Slip and Fall Injury Lawyers at the Fell Law Firm.
Whether it be a serious personal injury or wrongful death caused by a dangerous property condition or failure to provided adequate security, The Fell Law Firm can help you with your premises liability case. Call The Fell Law Firm today at 972‑488-8177 for a free in-person or telephone consultation. Most cases can be handled on a contingency fee so that you only pay attorney fees if a recovery is obtained.