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Holding Negligent Property Owners Accountable

If you were injured due to unsafe conditions on another person’s property, you deserve compensation for the losses you have suffered. At Robert Law Group, we have extensive experience handling premises liability claims and can help you fight for the compensation you deserve. We handle all types of claims, including those involving:

  • Slip-and-fall accidents: Negligent property owners contribute to the risk of slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall accidents by failing to fix potholes, cracks, faulty railings and other hazards.
  • Dog bites: Pet owners have a legal responsibility for preventing dog bites and other animal attacks, especially if the animal is known to be dangerous.
  • Negligent security: If you were assaulted, robbed or otherwise mistreated due to the negligent security practices of the property owner, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses arising from the injury.

We are strong advocates for the injured and compassionate allies for the people we serve. With law offices in Houston and Salt Lake City, we handle complex personal injury litigation for people throughout Texas and Utah, and across the U.S.

Get A Proven Law Firm On Your Side

If you were injured due to a property owner’s negligence, the accident was not your fault. Your legal opponents may try to pin the blame on you, which is why it is important to have a strong legal ally in your corner.

Aimée Robert has helped more than 5000 people who have suffered due to property owner carelessness and other forms of negligence. We are here to help you with the legal and financial struggles you face in the wake of this accident.

Get Legal Help Today

We are here to discuss your premises liability claim in a free legal consultation. You can reach our law firm online or by telephone at 832-509-2303 or toll-free at 833-U-HURT-ME. We charge our personal injury clients a contingency fee, so you only pay if you recover damages.