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A slip and fall accident can lead to various outcomes, and understanding the process of filing a claim is essential.
In the vast state of Texas, property owners carry a crucial responsibility - to maintain a safe environment on their premises. At Maverick Ray Law, we stand beside those who have suffered the unfortunate misfortune of slip and fall accidents. These incidents are frequent in personal injury claims throughout Texas and can lead to severe, life-altering consequences, and tragically, in the most severe cases, even death. Whether it's treacherous wet floors, unforgiving potholes in parking lots, dimly lit stairwells, or the perils of construction site defects, each of these mishaps can irrevocably change the course of a victim's life and the lives of their loved ones. Our dedicated slip and fall attorneys are here to help you determine whether you are eligible for compensation following such an incident. Reach out to Maverick Ray Law today for a free consultation.
Maverick Ray Law is here to guide you through the complexities of slip and fall cases in Texas. Contact us today for a comprehensive evaluation of your situation and expert legal counsel. Your well-being is our priority.
Slip and fall accidents can occur due to various factors, including uneven surfaces in parking ramps, slippery conditions caused by liquids or weather, poorly lit stairs, uneven sidewalks, obstructions in walkways, unsecured cords, and a lack of handrails.
Seek immediate medical attention, document the scene and conditions, collect witness information, and contact a slip and fall attorney to assess your case. Avoid accepting any settlement offers from insurance companies before consulting an attorney.
Establishing liability in a slip and fall case can be challenging. Property owners must maintain safe premises, and negligence on their part can make them liable for damages. Consult an experienced personal injury lawyer for assistance in determining liability.
In Texas, the statute of limitations for filing a slip and fall lawsuit is generally two years from the date of the accident. However, there can be exceptions or specific circumstances that might affect this timeline, so consulting with a legal professional for advice tailored to your particular situation is advisable.
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