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Premises liability

Georgia law requires commercial and residential property owners to comply with a series of safety standards for individuals invited onto their premises. When these standards are not met, people are at risk.

Hazards may include operational flaws like elevator malfunctions, or security concerns (e.g., inadequate lighting around the property). The responsibility to keep premises in a reasonably safe condition for invitees also extends to the maintenance and accessibility of structures. Premise owners must keep parking lots, stairways, ramps, entryways and porches in a safe condition for use by visitors.

Premises liability incidents

From negligent security to trip-and-fall incidents, our premises liability attorneys have decades of experience representing injury victims of various unsafe conditions.

Here are a few premises liability cases we’ve had success with in the past:

  • Slip-and-fall accident
  • Trip-and-fall accident
  • Escalator accident
  • Elevator accident
  • Unprotected stairways
  • Balcony collapse
  • Negligent security
  • Swimming pool accident
 

This list is not all-inclusive. To learn more about our background in premises liability claims, contact our law firm.

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Are you or a loved one a victim of serious injuries or wrongful death as a result of dangerous conditions? Our personal injury attorneys can get you on the fast track to justice.

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