Keller Premises Liability Attorneys

Keller property owners are responsible for providing a safe environment for any guests or people who have the right to be on or near the property. The Keller premises liability attorneys at the Barber Law Firm represent plaintiffs who have suffered harm due to the failure of a property owner to take steps to make sure their property is safe to those who use it or occupy it.

When an accident occurs, it’s important that an investigation be promptly performed into whether the property owner either knew or should have known of the hazard that caused the injury or ensured that the property was properly constructed and maintained according to building codes and ordinances. Some of the most common types of accidents that occur because of a dangerous condition on the property include slip and fall accidents, drowning accidents, structural collapses, and exposure to toxic chemicals.

If you are injured in a Keller premises liability accident, you may be entitled to a variety of compensation. You may have past and future medical expenses, the cost of rehabilitation, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other out-of-pocket expenses. It’s important that your attorney take into account all of the expenses that you have already incurred and are likely to incur in the future.

If you have been injured in an accident caused by a dangerous property condition in Keller, call the Keller premises liability attorneys at the Barber Law Firm at 972-231-5800. Our attorneys understand that you may be hesitant to seek legal representation after an accident, but it’s critical that you not wait too long before seeking help. Call our firm today to schedule a free consultation on your case.

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