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Property Owner Liability Lawyer • San Antonio

The property owner liability attorneys at Trevino Injury Law represent individuals who have been injured or lost loved ones due to property owner negligence in San Antonio and throughout Texas.

If you have been injured as a direct result of the careless, negligent, or reckless act of a company, person, or municipality, we will aggressively advocate for your just compensation.

Injuries due to property owner liability can be devastating. Trevino Injury Law takes pride in addressing clients’ full range of [questions and concerns]. We will make sure you thoroughly understand your rights.

Call the personal injury attorneys of Trevino Injury Law today to schedule your FREE case evaluation with an experienced attorney.

(210) 255-3088

What are Property Owners Liable For?

Owners can be held responsible for accidents that occur on their property. This includes a wide range of accidents and injuries that take place at businesses, commercial residences, public buildings, parks, playgrounds, and more. Also known as premises liability, this area of law applies to landowners, landlords, and building owners. If you have been injured on a property that was insecure, unsafe, or environmentally hazardous, or if the owners did not take specific action to ensure your safety, you have a right to claim compensation and damages.

Specifically, property owners fall under three primary categories:

  • A person who occupies the land with the intent to control it
  • A person who once occupied the land with the intent to control it, and has not been replaced
  • A person who is entitled to immediate occupation of the property, provided

Examples of Property Owner Liability Cases

What Are My Rights Under the Law?

If you were injured on property or premises owned by another person, company, or municipality, your particular rights will be determined based on the reason you were present on the property.

  • Trespassers: Property owners are not liable for trespassers injuries. It is illegal to willfully injure or entrap trespassers, and property owners can be prosecuted if they attempt to do so.
  • Licensees: If you are a guest on the property, formally or informally, the owner has a duty to warn you of any dangers or security risks you might encounter.
  • Invitees: Business customers and publicly invited guests are invitees. Property owners must give clear warning of all dangerous conditions they are aware of.

If a property owner has violated their responsibilities toward you as a guest or visitor on their land, you have a right to file a personal injury claim and seek compensation medical costs, mental anguish, lost wages, and more.

Start Your Claim Today!

Trevino Injury Law is a San Antonio based law firm who works on a “contingency fee basis” on all personal injury cases including property owner liability. Simply put, we only get paid if we win your case. If there is no recovery, you pay nothing.

“Trevino Injury Law is a leader in personal injury law with trial experience that speaks for itself.”Candelario Trevino

Call the personal injury attorneys of Trevino Injury Law today to schedule your FREE case evaluation with an experienced attorney.

(210) 255-3088

 

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    “Attorney Candelario Trevino treated me with such great personal care, not like a case number  you’ve come to expect these days. He helped settle my auto injury claim quickly and kept me informed throughout the entire process.”

    by : Victor Salazar
    San Antonio, TX

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    “I was injured in a serious auto accident that prevented me from working because of a reckless driver. Attorney Candelario Trevino helped me through the traumatic experience and got me the settlement I was entitled to.”

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    San Antonio, TX

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