Being involved in a slip and fall accident at H-E-B can do more harm than just ruin your day. It can lead to pain and suffering, injuries, lost work and wages, and a load of medical bills. A personal injury attorney can help you recover damages through a slip and fall claim.
Slip and falls are the most common injuries sustained at H-E-B. Many injured individuals are not aware that H-E-B can be held liable for their injuries caused by slip and falls or any other accidents.
The facts of your case will determine the legal options that are available to you and your claim. If you or a loved one were injured at H-E-B call us now for a free consultation at (713) 999-8669.
How Our Attorneys Handle H-E-B Injuries
To determine whether or not you have a claim, the attorneys at Adley Law Firm will initiate an immediate investigation, consult with witnesses, review any surveillance footage, and determine whether the management and employers knew or should have known the condition before the accident.
Common Causes of Slip and Falls
Slip and falls are the most common types of premises liability accidents occurring at H-E-B stores.
The most common causes of slip and fall injuries include:
- Wet floors
- Icy sidewalks
- Uneven floors or steps
- Cracked sidewalks
- Broken rails on stairways
- Frayed and torn carpeting
- Insufficient lighting
Slip and Fall Injuries Happen Often at H-E-B
Grocery stores like H-E-B pose many common hazards to employers and customers. Spills from soap, spaghetti sauces, juice, and a crowd of shoppers walking through the aisles create a load of safety hazards.
Accidents at H-E-B can happen to anyone. No one wants or expects to get injured while shopping. Customers expect that a store will provide a safe environment, free of all hazards. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. There have been many incidents that an unsuspecting victim is injured at an H-E-B store.
If you or a loved one was injured at H-E-B, you deserve compensation for your damages. Contact the attorneys at Adley Law Firm to discuss your case. We will help you get the compensation you deserve. You should never be taken advantage of by big retailers like H-E-B or pay out of pocket because of their negligence. Start your case today!
Recent Personal Injury Cases Against H-E-B
According to the Houston Chronicle, the husband of a 31-year-old woman was killed by a driver crashing through the concrete spheres in front of a Houston H-E-B store in southeast Houston. The husband sued for $1 million after the concrete spheres in front of the building failed. The concrete spheres are designed to prevent someone from being able to drive through the store and injure customers.
According to the Southeast Texas Record, a shopper sued an H-E-B in Houston after a slip and fall in the restroom. The customer is seeking at least $200,000 after he sustained serious and permanent injuries resulting in pain and suffering, medical bills, physical impairment and disfigurement, and lost wages.
According to the Southeast Texas Record, a woman is seeking damages for injuries after a slip and fall at a northwest Houston H-E-B store. Her injuries were caused by an empty pallet in the aisle. She alleges that they failed to warn her about the pallet and the aisle was not clear or safe.
Can H-E-B Be Held Liable For Your Injuries?
Grocery store managers usually do their best to resolve hazards as soon as they arise. However, a slip and fall hazard can remain unresolved and customers end up getting hurt.
There are plenty of ways you can hold H-E-B liable for a slip and fall accident, some of these ways include:
- Employee negligence
- Lack of safety hazards
- Inadequate maintenance
Under Texas law, landowners and property managers are obligated to perform routine inspections of the properties they own or manage in order to be aware of any hazards or defects. Furthermore, they are also obligated to warn the customers of any hazards that have been brought to their attention by employees or their own inspections. They must also ensure the safety of their customers before any injuries occur.
Failure to abide by these precautions can hold an H-E-B store liable for your injuries.
For example, if H-E-B did not have adequate lighting, this can hold a significant safety hazard. If you slip and fall because you were not able to see well then the courts can find the H-E-B store responsible for your injuries.
In order to have a successful premises liability claim, you must prove that H-E-B was negligent and knew or should have known about the dangerous condition that caused your injuries.
How To Prove H-E-B’s Liability
In Texas, claimants are allowed to collect compensation even if they were partially at fault. Under the modified comparative negligence clause, you can be up to 50% at fault for the accident and still collect compensation.
For example, if you were to busy checking off your grocery list and tripped, you can still hold H-E-B liable for your injuries.
Your personal injury attorney will minimize your percentage at fault and maximize the total of compensation you can claim. In order to do this though, you must claim for damages.
These damages are expenses you incurred as a result of your accident, such as:
- Medical bills
- Lost wages
- Property damage
- Pain and suffering
- Physical impairment & disfigurement
Hire an Experienced HEB Injury Attorney Today
The attorneys at Adley Law Firm have been helping slip and fall victims across Houston and nationwide for over 22 years. We are experienced in a variety of personal injury cases, including slip and fall accidents.
Adley is proud to be part of the board-certified Houston personal injury lawyers. We have a track record of recovering millions of dollars in compensation for thousands of our clients in Houston and the surrounding areas.
We are passionate attorneys and will hold H-E-B liable for their negligence.
This success reflects our superior knowledge, skills, and experience to tackle and fight for your rights. We provide effective representation and will recover the maximum compensation you deserve.
We offer a free consultation and you do not pay us anything unless we win. Call us today at (713) 999-8669 or send us a quick message via our live chat for any concerns you may have regarding your case.