Fighting For The Rights Of The Injured Since 1979

You were probably not prepared for the life changes you are experiencing since your injury. Attorney Jay Doyle understands this. He knows that you may be missing time at work, weekends with your friends, evenings with your special someone. If the physical and emotional pain you are feeling is the result of someone else's intentional or negligent actions, our law firm is ready to help.

For the past 40 years, The Law Offices of Jay Doyle, P.C., in Austin, has successfully represented clients seeking relief from the consequences of a personal injury accident. Whether your serious injuries resulted from a car accident, unsafe property or another negligent act, we are ready to put our experience to work for you.

How Safe Are You On Someone Else's Property?

When you enter another person's property, whether by invitation or permission, you have a right to expect your encounter will be safe from dangers. A property owner who fails to maintain the premises or to correct any hazard may be liable for the injuries you suffer. Common premises liability hazards include these and others:

  • Slipping hazards such as ice or water
  • Tripping hazards such as torn carpet, dark stairways or clutter in an aisle
  • Dog bites
  • Inadequate security in a high-crime area
  • Unprotected swimming pools
  • Falling objects at a construction site

You have a limited time in which to file a claim for a premises liability injury. The sooner you contact our law firm, the faster we can begin to gather evidence and prepare your case. Time is of the essence. Proving negligence on the part of a property owner is often challenging, requiring intense investigation. It will be our goal to prove the following essential facts:

  • That the responsible person created, knew about or should have known about the unsafe condition
  • That the premises owner failed to rectify the hazard or to warn you about its existence
  • That the negligent actions of the owner resulted in your injuries

The requirements for a successful premises liability case are complex and nuanced. For such situations, you need a lawyer who understands the statutes peculiar to Texas and who has the determination and drive to do what it takes to help you meet your goals.

Reach Out To Us

Attorney Jay Doyle is passionate about helping injury victims reclaim their lives. Contact him through the website's online form or call 512-710-3761 for a free initial consultation.