Premises Liability

Most people think if you are injured on another person’s property then the property owner is automatically responsible for the injury. This is not true. In premises liability, you must prove that the property owner should have known about the dangerous conditions yet failed to do something about it.

Premises liability involves claims by a person who is injured on another person’s property. The injured person may bring a claim against the owner or the person or business in control of the property at the time of the injury.

An owner isn’t liable simply because an injury occurred on their property. Like much of personal injury law, proving that the owner was negligent is essential. The law requires property owners to keep their grounds reasonably free of hazards to others. When they fail to do so, people can get hurt or killed.

When this happens, victims and their families need to seek justice.

Examples of Premises Liability Cases

Elevators, Escalators, Automatic Doors

When these devices suffer a mechanical failure, it is often due to a product defect, improper maintenance or inadequate inspections.

Falling Objects

Shoppers in these establishments can be hurt when merchandise falls and lands on them.

Swimming Pool Accidents

An owner can be held liable for a guest’s injury in a pool if the owner failed to provide proper equipment or supervision.

Poorly Maintained Grounds

Shoppers can be injured when they walk in store aisles that are not properly cleared of hazardous debris. The responsibility for maintain grounds often extends to the sidewalk in front of a property.

For those looking for more technical details, Fried Rogers Goldberg has also prepared a detailed guide about premise liability law in Georgia.

Possible Compensation 

People who suffer injuries due to the negligence of others are often entitled to compensation for costs they incurred as a direct result of the incident. Expenses that may be recoverable in court include:

  • Rehabilitation and physical therapy
  • Medical care
  • Lost income
  • Loss of future earning capacity
  • Other losses

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Contact Our Attorneys

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured due to an unsafe condition on someone else’s property, you should contact an attorney as soon as possible to have your claim evaluated. Our Atlanta, Georgia premises liability lawyers have extensive experience litigating all types of premises liability claims. We’ve helped many seriously injured clients obtain compensation from negligent property owners over the years.

Contact Fried Rogers Goldberg LLC to schedule a free consultation today.

The Truck Accident Attorneys

The Truck Accident Attorneys at Fried Rogers Goldberg LLC devote at least 75% of their caseload to representing the victims of accidents involving tractor trailers and other commercial vehicles. Our extensive experience with the laws governing the trucking industry is the reason we are routinely successful at taking on trucking companies when someone is seriously injured.

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The Truck Accident Attorneys

The Truck Accident Attorneys at Fried Rogers Goldberg LLC devote at least 95% of their caseload to representing the victims of accidents involving tractor trailers and other commercial vehicles. Our extensive experience with the laws governing the trucking industry is the reason we are routinely successful at taking on trucking companies when someone is seriously injured.

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