Coronavirus Injuries

Can Businesses Be Held Liable for Coronavirus Injuries and Deaths?

The Coronavirus-induced new reality that we’re living in has raised an understandably large amount of questions – even more so as states begin reopening. The presence of COVID-19 is likely to develop a new area of premises liability law that establishments will be confronting over the next several years regarding Coronavirus injuries. As community health…

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Liability for Negligent Security

Liability for Negligent Security

Texas and New Mexico property owners, businesses, and apartment managers have a duty to protect their patrons and tenants to the best of their abilities under premises liability laws. When a person visits a store or other privately owned property, they are trusting that their safety will be a top priority. One of the responsibilities to uphold this trust includes providing adequate security to protect visitors from the threat of crimes.

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amusement park safety

Amusement Park Injuries

The final hot, sunny days of the Texas summer break are approaching and many families take their last vacation to amusement parks. While enjoying the ferris wheel, funnel cake, and fun times with your family, it can be easy to forget the potential dangers that lurk around the corners of theme parks, but situations do arise that can cause injuries or even death when proper precautions are neglected by staff members or the park’s management.

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