Premises Liability Attorneys in Texas

We Can Protect Your Rights

Naman, Howell, Smith & Lee attorneys have defended clients in lawsuits around the state filed by people in:

  • Slip, trip and fall accidents
  • Falling merchandise
  • Physical and sexual assaults
  • Wrongful detention
  • Illegal arrests
  • Dram shop
  • Liquor liability
  • And other incidents on their premises

From working with insurance carriers, adjusters, and third-party administrators, to self-insured property owners, property management companies, and small businesses our experienced attorneys are ready and able to assess the facts, evaluate potential exposure, and defenses, and protect your business.

Where Do Premises Liability Accidents Cases Occur?

We are experienced at handling cases involving many types of premises, including:

  • Office buildings
  • Apartments and condominiums
  • Hotels, motels, and other hospitality venues
  • Retail centers, stores, and shopping malls
  • Restaurants and fast food establishments
  • Grocery stores, convenience stores, and gas stations
  • Bars, lounges, and music venues.
  • Managed parking lots and parking garages
  • Construction sites
  • Commercial premises

Skill & Experience

Naman, Howell, Smith & Lee, PLLC's proactive approach to risk management and risk avoidance benefits our clients by working alongside in-house counsel, general counsel, and risk management to develop and revise policies and procedures geared to avoiding litigation and creating a more defensible case if litigation results. For more legal information, get in touch with our Texas firm by filling out our online form.

You can reach us at one of our four Texas locations:

  • Austin - (512) 479-0300
  • Fort Worth - (817) 509-2025
  • San Antonio - (210) 731-6300
  • Waco - (254) 755-4100


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