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Unfortunately, there are risks in restaurants that may result in injury. The risk of slip and fall accidents is one example. Whether it was you or a loved one who suffered an accident like this, compensation might be available.

The conclusion of such claims/cases is based on premises liability. The owner of a restaurant has an obligation and duty to create a safe atmosphere for his or her customers. If you made a mistake that was acknowledged but not fixed, you shouldn’t be compelled to pay medical expenses. Furthermore, while you can’t work, you shouldn’t have to worry about paying bills. Grocery store slip and falls are also extremely common. 

At Texas Slip and Fall Injury Lawyers, we have slip and fall lawyers ready to assist you. We can schedule a consultation for you if you contact us today. You won’t have to pay anything if the case fails. You will only be charged when compensation has been reimbursed if we are successful!

How To Sue A Restaurant For Slipping Or Falling?

If you slipped and fell at a restaurant and wish to sue it for compensation for your injuries, you must first determine whether the restaurant’s owner or staff members are responsible. Consider the following questions before filing a lawsuit if you or someone you know has been injured in a slip and fall restaurant accident as a result of someone else’s negligence:

  • Has the property owner or his workers been aware of the hazardous conditions and not reported them because they would have known about the hazardous condition of their property if any other person in their situation had?
  • Did the property owner or employee know about the hazardous condition, and did they do nothing to correct it?
  • Is the property owner or their employees to blame for the hazardous situation?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, the property owner could be held responsible for your injuries. Even if your injuries are the result of an employee and not the owner, the owner can still be sued for them. Restaurants must adhere to a stringent duty of care in order to protect their customers from harm. Because of this, restaurant owners are held to a high standard of care in order to ensure that their clients do not get harmed. This responsibility for the safety of customers includes all foreseeable risks. A leaky pipe, for example, may cause a customer to slip and fall on a tile floor beside it. The restaurant owner is supposed to inform their customers about this foreseeable event. On the other hand, if a customer spills a drink on a tile floor and seconds later another client slips and falls, the courts are likely to consider it an unforeseen event in which the owner is not always considered responsible. An experienced lawyer will be able to assist you in determining what is and is not grounds for a lawsuit.

The easiest method to demonstrate a restaurant’s negligence is to have compelling evidence that demonstrates it. If you’ve been hurt in a slip and fall accident but lack clear proof connecting the business to the incident, your personal injury claim is likely to fail in court. Witnesses, medical bills and records, and medical claims are all forms of credible evidence that can be used to support your claim. Any form of valid proof must demonstrate that the incident that caused your harm:

  • Was foreseeable by the restaurant owner
  • Negligence of safety policies
  • Negligence directly caused your injury
  • Negligence resulted in real damages

Whatever proof you have or might gather, we recommend that you contact the restaurant’s management as soon as possible following an accident. The longer you wait to inform the owner about your injuries, the more likely it is that he or she will dispute the connection between them. A restaurant owner can also be held responsible only to a certain extent (often known as comparative negligence), in which case the injured portion of the fault is considered. You can probably manage your claim if the damages you’ve incurred are minor. However, if the accident causes significant injuries such as fractures, severe burns, or tooth breaks, we recommend that you contact a qualified lawyer with knowledge of slip and fall lawsuits.

Taking On The Big Names Of Restaurants


The number of restaurant-related lawsuits we’ve seen in recent years has grown steadily. Fast food restaurants have become increasingly popular, and they are constantly engaged in fierce rivalry with one another. There appears to be an outlet on every block, thanks to the fast-food industry’s ever-increasing popularity.

A restaurant is inherently a hazardous environment, but the danger is exacerbated by the large number of people who congregate there in a short period of time. Fast food restaurants can feed hundreds of people during a typical lunch hour. It’s no surprise that food and drink get spilt as all these individuals are rushing past one another to secure a seat at a table.

If there is a wet floor sign and you ignore it, getting compensated might be difficult because the business took appropriate precautions to keep their guests safe. If the staff at the restaurant were careless and aware of a hazard but failed to take action, this is an entirely different story.

In reality, it doesn’t matter what name you give us or how many outlets they have in the United States; we believe you are entitled to compensation for incidents that were not your fault. You can handle Wing-Stop, Jack In The Box, Subway, IHOP, Starbucks, Coffee Bean, Taco Bell, Wendy’s, Panda Express, KFC, Chuck E. Cheese Bar & Grill (unchanged), and McDonald’s with a slip and fall lawyer on your side.

Time is one of the most crucial aspects after suffering an accident. We’ll need to gather evidence and see whether or not you have a viable case. If you do, we’ll begin the process of obtaining compensation on our way to achieving justice.

Working With A Restaurants Slip And Fall Lawyer


If you’ve been injured in a restaurant, we highly recommend contacting Texas Personal Injury Lawyers. We can immediately start gathering evidence and determining whether there was negligence involved. We’ll look for first-hand accounts, medical records, and other documents as well as photographs and videos.

A claim may be made as long as the hazard was foreseeable by the owner, and there was some level of negligence that caused your accident and injuries. We may also seek compensation for medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, and future medical expenditures if it is appropriate.

Don’t deal with the insurance company alone; they’re only interested in making money, and they’ll go to any length to avoid paying out. We at Texas Personal Injury Lawyers know how to combat their avoidance tactics and have the means to take the case all the way to court if required.

If you contact us right now, we can schedule a consultation where we’ll discuss your case. If the case fails, you will not be required to pay anything. You will only be charged if compensation is gained! 

Call us at (888) 997-2148 now for you free consultation.

We take cases on a contingency fee basis and there are no costs unless we win, and the consultation is completely FREE. Contact us to learn what Texas Personal Injury Lawyers can accomplish for you.