Apartment Complex Injury Lawyer
Some apartment complex owners are more interested in collecting rent checks than in making repairs. If you suffered a serious injury due to unsafe conditions at your apartment complex, you may be entitled to compensation.
At The Law Firm of Ted B. Lyon & Associates in Dallas and Mesquite, TX, our attorneys handle cases of serious injury due to dangerous or defective conditions at apartment complexes throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area. No matter how you were injured, we offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case.
Call us at 866-503-4864. We want to help you obtain the compensation that can help you rebuild your life.
Collecting and Preserving Evidence of Negligence
When an injury occurs, it is important to contact our lawyers as soon as possible so we can collect and preserve evidence of the unsafe condition that caused your injury. The following are examples of unsafe conditions:
- Defective wiring
- Tripping hazards such as cords or hoses across walkways
- Broken tiles or other defects in swimming pools
- Defective or uneven stairs
- Missing or broken railings
- Poorly lit stairwells
- Inadequate security leading to an assault
- Missing or malfunctioning locks on doors and windows
- Missing or malfunctioning smoke alarms
- Injuries from falling objects
You may assume that apartment complex owners will pay your medical bills and other damages if you are injured on the premises. Unfortunately, to recover any money you must prove that the property owner was negligent. This area of law is known as premises liability. Our lawyers have extensive experience holding apartment owners accountable when their negligence causes a serious injury to a resident or guest.
Contact Us About an Unsafe Rental Property Injury
To speak with one of our experienced Dallas apartment complex injury lawyers, call 866-503-4864 or contact us by email. We handle all premises liability cases on a contingency fee basis. Home and hospital consultations are available if you are unable to visit our office.