Laredo Slip & Fall Attorneys | Laredo Trip & Fall Attorneys | Laredo Trip & Fall Accident Attorney

If you have fallen or been injured on 

someone else's property, contact a Laredo Premises 

Liability lawyer today.

Laredo Premise Liability Lawyer

Laredo slip and fall lawyers, Laredo premises liability lawyers, and other Webb County premises liability lawyers serve clients in all types of injury and accident cases across the Laredo area. These accidents can result from a variety of causes and conditions and a variety of factors will be involved in determining whether you are entitled to monetary recovery under the law.

What is Premises Liability and how can a Laredo slip & fall accident affect you?

In layman’s terms, a “slip and fall” or “trip and fall” injury refers to an accident that results in personal injury on the property of another, usually due to some negligent maintenance or construction of the property or structures thereon. However, in a legal sense, these types of injuries fall under a broad body of law known as Premises Liability. Other common types of premises liability cases involve accidents such as falling merchandise not adequately secured by a store owner, or a dangerous condition on land, left open to children or to the public without an adequate warning. These types of accidents occur due to the negligence of Laredo landowners, store owners, construction sites and businesses across Webb County, Texas. If you have been injured in a Laredo Slip & Fall accident, contact an experienced Texas premises liability lawyer today.

Why Should You Obtain a Laredo Slip & Fall Attorney?

Laredo personal injury lawyers cover slip and fall litigation because cases in this area center on the issue of negligence. A well-qualified Laredo or Webb County premises liability lawyer will be experienced with this difficult area of law and know how best to navigate the legal system to your advantage.

If you have fallen on someone's 

property, call a Laredo Premises Liability Attorney 


How Long Do You Have To Contact a Laredo Slip & Fall Attorney?

In Texas, a “Statute of Limitations” sets the deadline for filing personal injury actions, such as premises liability claims, at two (2) years. Thus, you must either settle your claim or have a lawsuit filed in a Webb County District Court within two years from the date you were injured or your claim will be time barred.

Laredo Premises Liability Law — The Basics

When you or a family member slips and falls on someone else’s land and sustains a personal injury, they may be entitled to monetary compensation if a dangerous or preventable condition is to blame. If you or a loved one has been injured due to a slip and fall accident or another accident caused by a dangerous condition, a Laredo premises liability attorney can help you get the compensation you deserve.

As noted, premises liability actions are based in negligence, or legal fault. The injury must be “caused” by a “condition” upon the land (or building located upon the land) at issue. To be liable for negligence under Texas law, there must be:

  1. A special duty of care existing between the injured party and the negligent party;
  2. A breach of that duty; and
  3. The negligence must be the “proximate cause,” or legal cause, of the victim’s injuries and damages.

One recent change in Texas Premise Liability law can be found in the adoption of Chapter 95 of Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code, which completely protects a property owner from an injured party’s claims, if the claims is based upon the negligence of a contractor or sub-contractor, unless the owner:

  1. Exercised control over the manner in which the Contractor's work is performed;
  2. Had actual knowledge of the dangerous condition resulting in the personal injury, death, or property damage; and
  3. The property owner failed to give an adequate warning.

This is a very tough burden of proof to carry and it is nearly impossible for an average Laredo citizen to be successful without the competent and aggressive representation of a Laredo Premises Liability Lawyer who knows the ins-and-outs of Texas' premises liability law as well as the various Laredo and Webb County Courts.

Construction sites in Laredo cause many 

injuries. If you have been injured on someone's property 

or on a construction site, call a Laredo Premises 

Liability today.

Criminal Acts of Rape, Assault and Murder — Is the Land Owner or Occupier Liable?

When the injury is the intentional act of a third party that injures a Laredo resident on areas such as apartment properties, mall parking lots, drive-thru lanes at fast food restaurants, ATM machines, or the like. Unfortunately, intentional acts such as these occur in Laredo and Webb County, Texas more often than many of us realize. In these cases, the legal issue turns upon whether the action that gave rise to the victim’s injury was foreseeable and whether reasonable steps could have been taken to prevent such activity on their property. Essentially, the relevant question is whether the Laredo property owner could have done anything to make the area more safe that might have prevented the crime from occurring in the first place.

Webb County accident lawyers often need to research the criminal complaints or calls made to the Laredo Police Department regarding the particular piece of property at issue. Also, there may have been a number of “property crimes” in an area, such as car break-ins, but no violent crime calls. Thus, if someone is raped or beaten for the first time in an area, it may be hard to hold the defendant-property owner liable despite the calls made to the police regarding car break-ins. A qualified Laredo premises rape attorney, however, will work hard to make the necessarily legal arguments on your behalf and get you the settlement you deserve.  

Laredo Premises Liability Trial Lawyers Practice in Webb County Courts

Laredo injury lawyers are experienced in handling slip & fall premises liability cases in both federal and state courts across the Laredo area. Just a few of the many courts in which Laredo injury lawyers typically try cases are:

Webb County 111th District Court
 (956) 523-4722

Webb County 341st District Court
 (956) 523-4000

Webb County 406th District Court
  (956) 523-4954

Webb County 49th District Court
  (956) 523-4237

The Webb County Civil District Courts for Laredo are located at
1110 Victoria Street, Laredo TX 78040
(956) 523-4722

Hospitals in the Laredo Area

Doctors Hospital of Laredo Main Site
10700 McPherson Road
Laredo, TX 78045
(956) 523-2000 

Laredo Medical Center
1700 East Saunders Street
Laredo, TX 78044
(956) 796-5000

Laredo Speciality Hospital
2005 Bustamante Street
Laredo, TX 78041

(956) 753-5353 

San Antonio State Hospital Casa Amistad Unit
 1500 Pappas
Laredo, TX 78041
(956) 794-3405 

Laredo Emergency Services Contact Information

Laredo EMS or Laredo Fire Department
Fire Station 1, One Guadalape Street,   Laredo TX
(9565) 795-2521

Slip & Fall Accident Lawyers in Laredo Serve:

Clients throughout Southern Texas, including Aguilares, Botines, Bruni, Callaghan, Del Mar, El Cenizo, El Cuellareno, La Presa, Laredo, Laredo Ranchettes, Larga Vista, Los Ojuelos, Medina, Mirando City, Oilton, Pescadito, Ranchose Las Lomas, Ranchos Penitas West, Randado, Rio Bravo, San Ygnacio, Thompsonville, Zapata and other communities in Webb County.

Webb County slip and fall or trip and fall attorneys will zealously pursue your case through settlement negotiations or a trial. CALL NOW for an explanation of your legal rights and options.