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PREMISES LAIBILITY The set of laws used to determine who is liable when a particular condition or use of a building, land, or other premises causes an injury is called “premises liability.” These laws are relatively complex due to the fact that the kind of condition or use that will make a premises owner or occupier liable for injury depends on the category into which the injured person (“entrant”) falls. Those invited by the premises owner or occupier, known as “invitees,” are owed the highest level of responsibility. Those permitted to be on the premises, known as “licensees,” are owed a lower level of accountability than invitees. The lowest level of responsibility is owed to “trespassers.” A substantial portion of my practice is devoted to civil litigation. I provide professional representation for rural and urban clients. My knowledge of Texas courts allows me to understand when it is best to litigate or settle a case. Though I understand that litigation can be avoided in the majority of cases, my trial skills make a formidable advocate in the courtroom. To schedule a consultation, please call the Law Office of B. DIANE HEINDEL, P.C. at 903-533-9900 to arrange a consultation at my 407 E. 4th Street office. Se habla español. HINT: A premises owner or occupier is under a duty to do a reasonable job maintaining and repairing a property so that invitees (such as store patrons) are not injured. www.heindel-law.com
“We are going up to Jerusalem, and the Son of Man will be delivered over to the chief priests and the teachers of the law. They will condemn him to death and will hand him over to the Gentiles to be mocked and flogged and crucified. On the third day he will be raised to life!”
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