How Much Will I Be Offered for a Slip and Fall Injury?

Categories: Premises Liability

Slip and Fall Injury

After a slip and fall due to a hazardous condition on a person’s private or business property, you might consider a lawsuit to cover your medical costs and lost wages. A lawsuit against the property owner helps you secure compensation, but how much would you receive for your slip and fall? Will the insurance company…

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Is Your Landlord Liable for Your Slip and Fall?

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Georgia’s Skilled Slip and Fall Injury Attorney Renting has its perks. One of those being that as the renter, you do not have to worry about maintenance and repairs; instead, that is taken care of by your landlord. When you pay monthly rent, you expect your landlord to take care of the grounds, make repairs…

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Proving Dangerous and Defective Property

Categories: Premises Liability

Liability

When accidents are caused by dangerous or defective property, whether inside or on the outside of a building, it falls under premises liability. These accidents might occur in private homes, commercial buildings, or even public property. Premises are dangerous for a variety of reasons. Whether it is a faulty design, poor construction, and building materials,…

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What is Premises Liability?

Categories: Premises Liability

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Georgia’s premises liability laws require all property owners and land occupants to be prudent and exercise care to keep their premises safe for all guests and invitees. While it is a legal requirement, that does not mean all property owners follow it. In fact, each year hundreds of individuals are injured on a property due…

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How to End Negligent Security Claims for Good

Categories: Premises Liability

Negligent Security Claims

Experienced Atlanta Injury Attorney Explains Negligent Security Causes Negligent security claims are a form of premise liability. Every property owner in the state, including property managers and tenants, have an obligation to provide adequate security for their guests. They must protect visitors against criminal actions, including robbery, rape, assault, murder, or another crime against the…

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First Steps to Take After an Injury While Shopping

Categories: Premises Liability

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After a serious injury, the first thing on your mind is the injury itself. However, if that injury occurs while you are shopping, it is important to consider the legal aspects of that injury, too. Depending on the extent of your injuries, you may be limited as to the actions you can take, but the…

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Will Video Surveillance Help My Slip and Fall Case?

Categories: Premises Liability

Video Surveillance

Just about every retailer in the country uses some form of video surveillance. Even if they do not have cameras inside, the shopping center or a neighboring business is likely to have one – and that camera could capture your accident. After a slip and fall, it is important to look for cameras. That includes…

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Slip and Fall Cases: The Notice Requirement

Categories: Premises Liability

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In order to prove that your slip and fall claim is legitimate, you must first be able to show that the responsible party (the defendant) was aware or would have been aware of the danger that existed, and did nothing to prevent your injury from happening. Premise liability is defined as a landlord’s tort liability…

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