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Atlanta, Georgia Premises Liability Attorney

A simple stroll around the neighborhood or a casual trip to the grocery store can become very complicated when you are injured on another person or company’s premises, and their negligence is responsible. Premises liability refers to injuries that result from the unsafe conditions on another person’s property. For most cases, the premises are either residential or business, and the injuries result from improper inspection and maintenance of the property.

Residential Premises

Whether you’re jogging on the street or visiting a neighbor, property owners may be held liable if you are injured while on their property. Home owners and apartment complex managers are responsible for the repair, replacement, correction, or warning to others of any unsafe areas on their property. Large cracks in the driveway may end in serious slip and fall injuries, head injuries, and brain injuries. A dangerous dog unsupervised in the backyard may escape and bite a helpless visitor causing severe physical and psychological damage. An unsupervised pool party may result in the drowning of a child. While the final decision of liability is ultimately left to a jury, home owners should be aware that negligent maintenance of their property could lead to a costly lawsuit if someone is injured.

Business Premises

Business owners must be even more diligent in the maintenance of their company/building. Visitors and customers may be injured in a variety of ways for which the owners may be liable. Everything from a wet floor to negligent security inside and outside the store to falling merchandise could result in slip and fall injuries, parking lot accidents, and brain injuries. If you’ve been injured by negligent maintenance at a business, contact a premises liability attorney to see if you are eligible for compensation.

Contact Our Atlanta Premises Liability Attorneys

If you have had an accident on someone else’s property and sustained serious injuries, you may be eligible for compensation from the property owner. Homeowners and business owners both have a responsibility to maintain their property to prevent injuries. When premises become unsafe, you may be able to seek compensation for injuries resulting from a property owner’s negligence. At the Moffett Law Firm, P.C., we understand the complexities involved in premises liability cases. Our experienced attorneys can explain the options available to you for your unique situation and will help you fight for the compensation you deserve. With over 45 years of experience, we know how to investigate premises liability cases and protect your best interests throughout the case.

Call 800-588-5204 today for a free consultation to discuss your premises liability case!

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