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Topic: Premises Liability

Here you'll find a collection of articles containing in-depth insights and quick answers to common questions about Premises Liability.


When Can an Apartment Complex Be Liable for Crime-Related Injuries?

Under Texas Law, an apartment complex can be held liable for crimes that occur on their property, but only under very specific circumstances. Everyone should feel safe and secure in their home. However, this is not always the case for people living in apartment complexed. In some cases, apartment complexes have become a hotbed for...

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What Should I Know About Slip and Fall Cases in Texas?

Premises Liability: Slip and Fall Cases If you or someone you know has been injured or killed after a slip and fall on someone else's property, you might have a premises liability claim. Not ever injury that takes place at a business or premises under the management of someone else results in a claim, but...

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How Do Dog Bite Cases Work Under Texas Premises Liability Law?

If you've been bitten by a dog in Texas, you may need to investigate to find out who is really responsible for your injury. Dog bite cases often happen to innocent bystanders, and unfortunately, there is usually someone else at blame here. There are regulations that dog owners and/or property owners must follow, and if...

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Are Landlords Liable for Injuries in Texas?

A landlord is often liable for injuries sustained by tenants and the tenants' guests. Apartment owners and landlords have a duty to keep their rental units reasonably safe for their renters and any visitors under Texas premises liability law. The level of care owed each person on their property depends on the status of that...

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