Premises Liability Articles

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Midtown Night Club Sued for $20,000,000.00 for Overserving Houston Man

Eleven Eleven Nightclub in Houston, Texas, is being sued for the wrongful death of Jesslyn Zuniga. According to the lawsuit, Ms. Zuniga was a passenger in a vehicle driven by Herminio Orozco, who was heavily intoxicated at the time. Allegedly, Orozco collided with another vehicle at high speed, ejecting Jesslyn Zuniga from Orozco’s vehicle and…

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Grayson County, Texas Jury Awards $15.6 Million in Electrocution Case

A jury in Grayson County, Texas recently awarded a $15.6 million verdict in a case involving three plumbers who were electrocuted while working at an apartment complex. The electrocution occurred when the three plumbers lifted a flagpole out of its sleeve in order to continue digging around a water main. During the process of lifting…

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Convenience Store Sued after Armed Robber Shot and Killed Female Employee  

On March 22, 2022, a petition was filed to initiate a lawsuit in the Harris County District Court against GPM Investments (hereinafter “E-Z Mart”) and Counterforce as a result of fatal injuries sustained by a female employee. The lawsuit asserts causes of action for premises liability and negligence against E-Z Mart as a result of…

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Post-COVID-Oil refiners are making more money, but what about safety

As recently reported in the Houston Chronicle, from indoor dining to international flights, industries battered by the Covid pandemic are inching back toward normalcy, but perhaps none has turned a corner quite as clearly as the oil refining industry. There are many examples of energy companies that have shown great improvement in production and profits…

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Man Sues Restaurant After Trip and Fall in Hazardous Parking Lot

On February 8, 2022, a Harris County resident filed a petition to initiate a lawsuit in the Harris County District Court against Gringo’s Mexican Kitchen and Ybarra Franchising Group LLC (hereinafter “Gringo’s”) as a result of injuries he sustained while leaving the restaurant. The man asserts causes of action for premises liability and negligence against…

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