Catastrophic Personal Injury Firm McCleskey Law Firm Lubbock, Texas

Premises Liability

Property owners and managers have a duty to provide a safe environment to their customers, residents, and the general public. When they don’t and someone is seriously injured or killed as a result, they can be responsible for significant damages under Texas’ premises liability laws.

The Texas premises liability lawyers at McCleskey, Harriger, Brazill & Graf provide sophisticated legal representation to those who have been seriously injured or killed because of the negligence of a property owner or manager. Our attorneys know how to build a premises liability claim that can help a seriously injured party receive compensation for medical costs, pain and suffering, funeral expenses and other costs associated with an owner or manager’s negligence.

Our lawyers have successfully litigated disputes in state and federal courts throughout the country, including appeals to the Supreme Court of Texas. We are also experienced in alternative dispute resolution methods, including mediation and arbitration.

Our Texas premises liability lawyers have a reputation for integrity, a commitment to excellence, and deep roots in our community, going back for generations. Our goal is to help our clients succeed and prosper, long after their legal issues are resolved. By providing a full array of exceptional legal services to the businesses and individuals who make our community strong, we’re helping to ensure that the West Texas and New Mexico region remains a great place to call home.

Contact us to learn more about our representation of those with a Texas premises liability claim against a negligent property owner or manager.

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