Premises Liability & Slip and Fall Attorneys in Fort Worth

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Slip, trip and fall accidents are generally considered “premises liability” cases. Premises liability law gives protection to anyone who is on someone’s property visiting or conducting business and they become injured or ill while there. This can apply to those who slip and fall in a grocery store or restaurant, as well as those who fall into an open hole while on another person’s property. 

Zinda Law Group premise liability lawyers have been helping victims in Fort Worth for years with cases like this. We understand Texas premises liability law and we know what it will take to win in court. We prepare a strong case on your behalf but do our best to settle out of court so that you won’t be involved in a long, drawn out legal battle. Our clients truly benefit from our comprehensive knowledge of Texas and Fort Worth premises liability law. Our law firm is professional and dedicated to giving each client exceptional legal representation. 

You might be injured walking on an icy sidewalk leading to a store or even a home. You might trip over damaged carpeting and fall down the stairs.  Anytime an individual is injured because of a defect on someone’s property, they may be able to recover damages.  A  property owner has a legal duty to provide a safe place where invited visitors can come without fear of being injured. Though slip and fall accidents are the most common, there a numerous other accidents that occur every day where someone is injured because a property owner was in some way negligent.

Even with a simple slip and fall, victims can often receive a concussion, broken back, fractured wrist and many other injuries. Injuries like these can cost thousands of dollars by the time you factor in lost wages and medical bills.

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Types of Compensation You Can Recover

If you have been injured by the actions of another, the court will usually award you compensation in the form of something known as damages. Damages can include compensation for medical bills, lost wages due to inability to work, pain and suffering. There’s also compensation available for any permanent injuries and loss of earning capacity caused by resulting injuries. If you are in need of a slip and fall attorney or premise liability lawyer, contact Zinda Law Group of Fort Worth today for a free consultation or call 817-769-8442. As one of our clients, you will pay nothing unless we win. 


Premises Liability Lawyers in Fort Worth | Zinda Law Group PLLC

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6 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid in Slip and Fall Cases

1.) Not Following the Doctor’s Orders

One of the main things that can hurt someone is not following the doctor’s orders, not being compliant, not following up as they’re required to do by the doctors.

2.) Giving a Recorded Statement to Insurance Companies

People assume that the insurance company is going to do the right thing, that if they’re cooperative and lay it all out, that there’s some human behind all of this that’s going to be sympathetic and understanding, but it’s quite the opposite. The insurance company is not looking out for the victim, they’re looking out for their company’s interest, and their own monetary bottom line.

3.) Settling Early with an Insurance Company

Injuries and treatments can increase and decrease, so the you may think you’re fine and may resolve the case, only to find out that you rushed into it, and now have continuing problems, and there’s nothing they can do about it because you settled.

4.) Filing Claims Without the Help of a Lawyer

The insurance companies have their lawyers advising them the whole way, so why wouldn’t you? Seek the counsel of a premise liability lawyer to protect your interests.

5.) Failing to Document Facts and Statements Early

Documenting your injuries right away is extremely important, because if you wait to seek treatment, many times the insurance company uses that against you and says, “Well, you weren’t really hurt. If you waited weeks to go to a doctor, then you couldn’t have been that hurt.”

6.) Not Taking the Case Seriously

If there is a settlement in a case, it’s after much of the litigation process has been pursued and you’ve backed them into a corner. It’s an adversarial position, and people don’t realize that. They can make the mistake of taking it too lightly, being too laid back about it, being too trusting, and not realizing how the insurance company is going to take advantage of them.