When a guest is admitted to a hotel or restaurant, it’s the legal obligation of that establishment to ensure their premises are safe. This is a legal concept that has been supported by the courts countless times—premises liability law protects people from being unduly harmed by the negligence of hospitality companies. In our latest case, one company failed to ensure safe premises—and our client paid the price.
Our client was a guest at a ranch in South Texas owned by Comanche Maverick Ranch Investments, LP and Comanche Maverick Ranch, LLC. During his stay, he suffered a fractured spine in an accident that also left him with a traumatic brain injury (due to being knocked unconscious in the impact). The extent of his injuries has also caused serious financial hardship for his family, altering their lives as well.
Catastrophic events are both tragic and avoidable—our firm believes that wholeheartedly. That’s why we believe it’s vital to hold companies like Comanche accountable for their actions (or failures to act). More importantly, holding them accountable may ensure that our client gets the quality medical care he needs, while providing his family with much-needed financial stability.
Our case was filed by Kurt Arnold, Kyle Findley, Kala Sellers, and Adam Lewis in Dimmit County.