Slip And Fall Accidents

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All Texas property owners are required by law to keep their premises safe. When a person is hurt on someone else’s premises because the property owner failed to maintain basic safety conditions, the injured person may have a right to file a claim. Generally, filing a claim for slip and fall accidents means fair compensation for losses such as medical expenses, lost wages due to the injury, or wrongful death.

Holding negligent property owners responsible for a slip and fall accident

At the law office of Attorney Dean Boyd, we devote our practice to helping injured people and their families, particularly when someone else’s negligence is the cause. Attorney Dean Boyd, who has more than two decades of experience with personal injury cases, provides aggressive representation in premises liability cases.

These slip and fall accident cases can stem from falls on sidewalks, stairs, and streets as well as accidents in parking lots. Cases can also stem from falls that occur in stores, restaurants and shopping centers, swimming pool accidents, wet floors, broken tiles, missing handrails or other hazards. Even workplace accidents, including falls on construction sites, can be a case, especially if there are back, neck and head injuries or broken bones and soft tissue injuries.

Every slip and fall accident case is different. We can explain how property owner liability applies to your circumstances and help you make informed choices about how to proceed with your case.

Contact the law office of Attorney Dean Boyd today for a free consultation

Were you involved in a slip and fall accident? Our law firm can provide the guidance you need. Once Attorney Dean Boyd represents you, he is only putting your interests first, not the insurance companies. Contact us today for a free consultation. Give us a call at (806) 242-3333 or Contact Us via email.


Slip and fall accidents can happen anywhere at any time. It could be caused by snow and ice, spilled food or drink, broken handrails, or even inadequate lighting.
Each case varies. While some injuries are more severe than others, we still believe that you should get every cent that you’re owed.

*The content on this website is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as legal advice. Viewing this information does not establish/constitute an attorney-client relationship with the law firm of Attorney Dean Boyd.