Allen TJ Maxx Accident Lawyer

If you enjoy shopping at TJ Maxx, you probably appreciate the low prices and the wide variety of merchandise available. With all the products offered, though, some stores may leave boxes in the aisles or may overstuff shelves.


If some sort of stocking error or unsafe stacking of items resulted in an injury for you, you may have the ability to seek a financial judgment. Our Allen TJ Maxx accident lawyer understands premises liability law in Texas, and we are ready to help with your case.

How Much Can I Win in a Slip and Fall Accident?

It would be unethical for the team at Trujillo & Sanchez, P.C. to tell you we will guarantee that you will win a certain amount in your case. The potential award you could win will depend on the severity of your injuries, on the amount of work you missed during your recovery, and on any permanent injuries you have.


The injury settlements our TJ Maxx accident attorney in Allen won for past clients typically range from five figures to seven figures. In total, our firm’s wins over the years total more than $500 million for our clients, so we are confident that we can help you get a potential fair settlement.

Items That Could Be Part of Your Settlement

Our slip and fall accident lawyer will attempt to win financial benefits for you in a range of areas, including:


  • Emergency medical care reimbursement
  • Ongoing medical care reimbursement
  • Reimbursement for prescriptions or support equipment
  • Wages you lost while being unable to work as you recovered
  • Wages you will be unable to earn because of permanent disabilities
  • A judgment for pain and suffering
  • A judgment for emotional trauma


Trust that our team will attempt to win a fair award for damages that apply to you.

Understanding Premises Liability in Texas

To win an award, premises liability law in Texas requires that the property owner or occupier committed a negligent act that led to your injuries. Negligence does not mean that the property owner purposefully created the dangerous situation that led to your injuries. Rather, it means that the injury was preventable.


When we represent you in a claim against a big business like TJ Maxx, we must investigate your case thoroughly to find evidence of the negligence of store employees. We know how to request surveillance video from the store and how to interview witnesses to try to obtain this evidence.

Creating an Unsafe Situation

TJ Maxx’s parent company, The TJX Companies, Inc., makes use of a Global Code of Conduct, in which the company emphasizes the importance of keeping stores and facilities safe for customers, all in an effort to prevent avoidable injuries.


When TJ Maxx employees do not follow this policy, it may create unsafe situations that could lead to injuries for you. 

Examples of Preventable Accidents in TJ Maxx Stores

If you are wondering whether you may have a case where you could win a personal injury judgment against your local TJ Maxx store in Allen, Texas, here are some of the most common situations that may involve negligence.


  • Assault: If someone attacked and injured you while you were shopping or when you were taking your purchases to your car in the TJ Maxx parking lot, the store could be liable for your injuries by not providing adequate security.
  • Struck by an object: If you were looking at items on a store shelf, and the shelf suddenly gives way because store employees overstuffed the shelf and exceeded its weight limit, items and boxes could strike you in the head, potentially leading to serious injuries.
  • Trip and fall: If employees leave boxes and merchandise in the store’s common walkways, you could trip over these items and suffer injuries in a hard fall.
  • Slip and fall: If employees at TJ Maxx fail to clean up a slippery liquid in an aisle, and you slip and fall after stepping on the liquid, this could be a case of negligence on the part of the employees.

Lacerations: Some merchandise at TJ Maxx consists of breakable glass. If employees fail to clean up broken glass on the floor or in a merchandise bin, you could suffer a severe laceration because you did not see the sharp glass.

We Are Ready to Go to Trial If Necessary

One thing that sets us apart from other personal injury attorneys is our willingness to go to trial with your case whenever it is necessary. Some attorneys want to try to negotiate a settlement quickly, so they can invest as little time in the case as possible and move on to the next case.


While we understand the temptation of trying to settle quickly so you can receive your payment quickly, we do not want to settle fast at the expense of winning the amount you should have. We want to maximize your award.


To that end, we are ready to take your case to trial if needed to help you win your best possible award. Going to trial is hard work, but we are willing to do it to help you win the largest possible settlement.

Our Lawyers Work on a Contingency-Fee Basis

Our team in Allen understands that when you have an injury that leaves you unable to work while your medical bills are increasing, you may have concerns about being able to afford an attorney’s representation.


This is why our TJ Maxx store accident attorney in Allen works on a contingency fee-basis. You do not have to pay us anything ahead of time to secure our representation. Our fee comes from a percentage of the final settlement that we win for you. If we do not win an award, you owe us nothing.

Trujillo & Sanchez, P.C. Is Ready to Represent You in Allen, TX

If you suffered injuries in an accident at a Collin County TJ Maxx retail store, and you believe your injuries were preventable, you may want to speak to our Allen TJ Maxx accident lawyer about seeking a personal injury judgment.


For a free consultation about your case, contact us as soon as possible at (972) 529-3476.

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