Texas Premises Liability Attorney Helping You Take Action

Doing whatever is possible to help you obtain damages

Under Texas premises liability law, those who own, rent or manage commercial and residential property have a duty to ensure that their buildings and grounds do not pose risks to others’ safety and good health. Their failure to do so — or to inform you of known hazards — gives you the right to file a lawsuit for damages if you have been harmed because of their negligence. Since 1993, attorney Jill Herz has defended the rights of plaintiffs in premises liability lawsuits.

She employs investigators to ensure that you receive the maximum compensation possible, and she does not rest unless she is certain that she has unearthed any factors that may be beneficial to the outcome of your case. We will even see your claim through to the appellate court level, if need be.

Who can sue?

Regardless of whether you were visiting a friend’s home for a party or trespassing on someone else’s land, you have the right to pursue damages for your injuries. Attorney Herz can meet with you to discuss the circumstances surrounding your accident and can evaluate whether you are likely to receive a favorable verdict or settlement by pressing charges. If so, she can explain what steps are next in this process. She has helped clients pursue compensation for accidents resulting from:

  • Unsafe walkways
  • Snow and ice
  • Dangerous construction zones
  • Poor retail store maintenance
  • Unsafe structures
  • Fires
  • Explosions
  • Building collapses
  • Falling objects
  • Falling ceilings
  • Elevator or escalator failures
  • Electrocution
  • Exposure to toxic substances
  • Poor security
  • Wet floors
  • Unstable floors
  • Dog bites

Contact a premises liability lawyer in Dallas today

For a free initial consultation and superior legal representation in a premises liability lawsuit, contact Jill Herz Attorney at Law PC today at 214.745.4567 or toll free at 1.800.246.2026, or contact us online. She operates on a contingency fee basis — meaning that you pay nothing for her services until you receive a settlement or verdict — and she can come to your home or hospital room if you are unable to travel. She is committed to ensuring that you receive the compensation you deserve.