Georgia Premises Liability Attorney – Duties of Property Owners
In the state of Georgia, both business and homeowners have a legal duty to ensure their property is safe and free from unreasonable dangers. Visitors, customers and/or tenants who are injured on a property may be able to pursue a legal claim if the property owner failed to correct an unsafe condition or warn of the condition prior to correcting it.
We Go After the Insurance Companies
Oftentimes when someone is hurt by a dangerous property condition, the individual may be reluctant to pursue a claim because they have a prior relationship with the property owner. The fact that you are close friends with the property owner should not stop you from obtaining payment for your injuries. Most property owners have insurance policies in place that are designed to cover these types of unfortunate events. This means that when you hire a Georgia premises liability attorney at The Gumprecht Law Firm, we will be going after the property owner’s insurance company to help you collect the money you deserve.
Injuries Can Happen Anywhere
Premises liability accidents can happen just about anywhere. While most people associate these types of events with public places, such as grocery stores, shopping malls and office buildings, people are also injured every day in homes and residences.
The Gumprecht Law Firm is experienced in handling all types of unsafe premises cases. We fight to collect full compensation for individuals in all parts of Georgia who have been suffered injuries in all types of unsafe premises accidents, such as:
- Apartment Accidents
- Comparative Fault
- Defective Property Conditions
- Falling Merchandise
- Hotel Accidents
- Inadequate Security
- Sidewalk Accidents
- Slippery & Uneven Floors
- Slip and Fall Accidents
- Swimming Pool Drownings
These kinds of cases can be complicated and not only require us to demonstrate your “damages” (injuries), but also require us to prove that property owner was at fault. In Georgia, this means that we must show that:
- The property owner either had prior knowledge of the unsafe condition or should have known about it through ordinary care; and
- The property owner did not take reasonable steps to correct the unsafe condition or provide a warning of its existence before removing it.
Whether your injuries resulted from liquid left on a shopping mall floor (slip and fall accident) or an assault that occurred in a parking garage known to attract criminal activity (negligent security), Attorney Michael Gumprecht is prepared to handle your case. He will thoroughly investigate your situation to determine the best way to prove your claim so that you can collect the financial you are legally entitled to.
Discuss Your Case with a Georgia Unsafe Premises Lawyer for Free
If you have been hurt by a dangerous or hazardous property condition, you should talk with an attorney as soon as possible. The Gumprecht Law Firm assists people throughout North Georgia and across the state who have been injured on unsafe premises. Call Michael Gumprecht today at 678-800-1050 for a free case evaluation. We answer calls 24/7/365 and you will never have to pay us anything until we recover money for you.