A Houston man suffered permanent and severe brain damage when he fell from the second floor landing of a property where its property owner failed to construct a Guardrail System. In a lawsuit filed by Attorneys Rob Ammons and Justin Burrow, it claims that the property owner was negligent in constructing a Guardrail System that complied with OSHA requirements which created a dangerous condition on the premises.
The lawsuit further claims that the property owner knew of the dangerous condition but nonetheless, failed to inform or adequately warn business invitees on the property. As a result of the fall, the man was transported to a nearby hospital where he remained in a coma for several weeks due to the injuries sustained to his brain. Attorneys Ammons and Burrow contend in the lawsuit that the property owner ignored their obligation to erect a Guardrail System and yet, they still allowed invitees onto the premises when the dangerous condition existed. Further, the lawsuit states the property owner knew or should have known of the dangerous condition and yet did not exercise reasonable care to reduce or eliminate the risk posed.
The Ammons Law Firm has a nationwide personal injury practice focusing on tire defects, truck accidents, rollovers, consumer protection and product liability, catastrophic injury, wrongful death, post-collision fires, seatbelt defects, airbag defects and plant explosions.