Slips and Falls
The main premise that validates a slip and fall claim is that the property owner must be proven to have been negligent. This means you and/or your attorney have the burden of proof. In the State of Texas, the second premise that validates a slip and fall claim is that the owner of the property owed you duty of care, breached this duty and therefore is responsible for your slip and fall accident. Ultimately, there are three items that need to be met legally for a slip and fall claim in Texas:
- 1. You had the lawful right to be on the property
- 2. The owner was negligent
- 3. Owner’s negligence caused your slip or fall
If your Texas slip and fall claim meets these requirements give Mora Law a call or text and we’ll advocate for your much deserved personal injury recovery!