Have you or someone you know been injured at Hydrous Wakeboard Park in Allen or Little Elm, Texas?
If so, you may have a case under the legal concept of "premises liability." Premises are the land, buildings, and or property that an owner possesses. Premises liability is the responsibility for the owner of the premises to make sure that you, as an invitee, are kept safe while on the owner's land and or property. When it comes to someone stepping on private property, they are classified into one of three areas, a licensee, a trespasser, or an invitee.
A licensee is someone who is on the premises for his own benefit—not the owner's (think solicitor). A trespasser is someone who has entered the owner's premises without their permission and or against their will. An invitee is a person who enters the premises for the benefit of him or herself AND the business owner (think customer). Businesses are legally obliged to keep visitors on their premises safe, and invitees are owed the highest duty of care. In this case you, as a customer of Wakeboard Park, are classified as an invitee, and the owner has a legal responsibility to ensure your safety from known and (oftentimes) unknown dangers.
Although it is Hydrous Wakeboard Park's duty to keep you safe while on their premises, things get very technical when there's a signed release form involved. If you have signed any type of release, call us. We will look over the release form for free, and let you know if you have a case. If so, we may be able to give you an idea of how much your case may be worth.