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All too often, people suffer injuries at stores, restaurants, hotels, office buildings, and construction sites due to the property owners' disregard for safety.

Injuries tend to occur from the following dangerous conditions and many others:

  • Poorly maintained stairs or balconies
  • Wet or slippery floors
  • Missing or improperly installed railings
  • Poor lighting
  • Construction site defects
  • Inadequate security
  • Falling objects

A property owner has a duty to maintain their property, to keep it free of hazards and dangerous conditions and to warn of any unsafe conditions on the property.

Premises liability laws in Texas allow people who suffer injuries to take legal action against property owners who breach their duty of care.

Our injury attorney can prove your accident was preventable by the property owner

Generally, to recover for injuries on the property of another it is necessary to prove the following: (1) the property owner or occupier had actual or constructive knowledge of some condition on the premises; (2) the condition posed an unreasonable risk; (3) the owner or occupier did not exercise reasonable care to reduce or eliminate the risk of harm; and (4) the owner or occupier’s failure to use such care proximately caused the injuries. See, e.g., Meeks v. Rose, 988 S.W.2d 216 (Tex. 1999).


If you or a loved one has been injured due to a dangerous condition on someone's property, please call the Law Offices of Alexander M. Gurevich now at (713) 224-9600. The initial consultation is free of charge. If we agree to accept your case, we will work on a contingent fee basis. This means you pay for our services only if you recover a monetary award.

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