Attractive Nuisance Doctrine :: Invitee
Licensee :: Recreational Use Statute :: Trespasser
A premises liability claim is type of ordinary negligence claim brought by someone who claims to have been injured due to the condition on a property.
If you have been injured due to the ordinary negligence of another person or institution you deserve full compensation for the resulting injury and other expenses that you may be entitled to as a result of your premises liability claim.
In Texas, premises liability cases revolve around the status of the person claiming an injury. Status distinctions in Texas include invitee, licensee and trespasser.
In other jurisdictions, these status distinctions may have been limited or abolished outright. In other words, a jurisdiction may have abolished the status distinctions in favor of a single duty of reasonable care.
We are currently investigating cases involving the following types of premises liability cases: