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If you were injured on another person’s property, whether a business, a home, or a piece of land, you may have what is known as a premises liability claim. Determining whether there is a premises liability claim depends on a number of factors, including the purpose of the injured person’s presence on the property, the nature of the act or condition that caused injury, and the landowner’s or occupier’s actions and/or knowledge about the condition.
Common premises liability claims result from slip and falls, dog bites, collapses of structures (such as decks, stairs or flooring), and even the failure to provide adequate security to protect patrons and visitors from criminal acts. Premises liability claims can be complicated, and it takes a skilled, knowledgeable personal injury attorney to determine whether you have a valid claim. An attorney will be able to tell you if the owner is liable and whether you should talk to the insurance companies. When you contact The Champion Firm, P.C., as soon as possible after your injury, we will take it from there.
One of the more common types of premises liability claims is a slip and fall accident. Businesses are required to keep their aisles tidy, entryways clean, and checkout lines safe. When store employees fail to provide a hazard-free environment and a customer is injured as a result, the business can be held accountable for medical bills and the pain and suffering of the victim.
If you have ever walked down the aisles of any local drugstore or supermarket, you are likely aware of the potential for hazards and risk. From broken jars to unstable display cases, the sheer volume of the inventory in these stores lends itself to potential hazards. Call us if you have suffered a slip and fall at one of the following stores in the Atlanta area:
We have handled slip and fall cases against these stores and others and are well prepared to take your case.
Slip and falls are not the only way to be injured at an Atlanta-area business. In any setting where an owner fails in his duty to keep others safe, a premises liability claim may apply. We have successfully handled premises liability claims in all of the following areas:
Whatever the cause of your Georgia personal injury on another person’s property, you owe it to yourself to find out if you have a premises liability claim. If our experience tells us that you do not have a strong claim, we will not send you on a wild goose chase. However, if you do have a legitimate case, we will be with you every step of the way. Call today to learn more.