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Premises Liability

No matter who owns the property, he or she has a duty to keep and maintain it in a reasonably safe manner. A property owner’s liability for negligently maintaining property is called premises liability. At Serna & Serna, P.L.L.C. Attorneys at Law, in San Antonio, Texas, we represent people throughout South Texas who have been injured because of a dangerous condition on a person’s property.

To see if you have a valid premises liability case, contact us for a free initial consultation.

Texas Slip-And-Fall And Dog Bite Claims Attorney

Before filing a slip-and-fall or dog bite claim against a property owner, it is important to have an experienced lawyer review the facts of your case. Texas juries are notoriously conservative when it comes to handing out large verdicts in premises liability cases. Given the expense associated with litigating these claims, it is important to have our attorneys evaluate your case. We will review the legal issues and the facts of your case to provide you with a frank evaluation of its merits.

When property owners invite people on to their property, they have a duty to ensure that they either maintain their property in a reasonable safe manner or at least warn people of unsafe conditions. Since 1992, we at Serna & Serna, P.L.L.C., have been representing people in premises liability cases related to:

  • Slip-and-fall injury – We will investigate your accident to determine whether a property owner had notice of the danger yet failed to remedy it.
  • Negligently maintaining property – We will determine whether there was a pattern of activity that should have warned the property owner of the danger.
  • Dog bite We will determine whether a dog owner knew of an animal’s vicious propensity.

If you have been seriously injured because of a dog bite, negligent security or some other dangerous property condition, contact Serna & Serna, P.L.L.C. Attorneys at Law, to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney.