Vicious Dog Attack? Slip-And-Fall Injury?
While you are on someone else’s property, you should be able to trust that the area is safe and secure. It is up to property owners to maintain their premises in order for the well-being of visitors. Unfortunately, not all properties are maintained in a safe manner and as a result, accidents and injuries can occur.
If you have been injured on someone else’s property and have sustained losses, you may be able to recover compensation by filing a premises liability claim. At Avera Law Firm, P.L.L.C., we have experience handling premises liability claims as well as numerous other types of Texas personal injury cases.
Representing clients throughout Austin and the surrounding areas, we take the time to thoroughly evaluate our clients’ injuries and cases to determine the likelihood that we will receive a positive outcome to the case.
Do you have questions about a slip-and-fall or another premises liability injury? Please read our FAQ page to get answers to common personal injury questions. Then email us to arrange your free case evaluation.
Experienced Premises Liability Representation
Attorney Robert Avera has almost two decades of experience with these cases and who uses his skill and knowledge of the law when handling all types of premises liability cases, including:
- Slip and falls
- Trip and falls
- Dog bites
- Dangerous stairways
- Inadequate or negligent security
Immediately After An Accident
It is important that, as surprised or embarrassed as you may be after an accident, you take note of your surroundings, what caused your fall or accident, and any individuals who may have witnessed the event.
In many situations, the property owner will take immediate action to correct any liabilities after an incident to make it seem as though they are not responsible for the injuries. This is why it is so important to be observant and enlist an attorney as soon as possible.
The sooner we become involved in your case, the better chance we have of preserving evidence that supports your claim.