Georgia law requires owners and occupiers of residential and commercial property to keep their property safe and free of hazards. Someone who is injured on another’s property may be able to recover against the owner or landlord if it can be shown that the person in control of the property was negligent in failing to keep the property safe. These cases may take many forms, from individuals who suffer falls because of foreign substances or uneven surfaces, to dog bite injuries, to injuries caused by malfunctioning escalators or defective stairs, to a child who is injured on a trampoline or in a swimming pool, or even to someone who is robbed or even physically or sexually assaulted on a commercial property due to the owner’s failure to provide adequate security. The attorneys at Parks, Chesin & Walbert have the experience and ability to evaluate, investigate, and pursue premises liability cases throughout the state of Georgia.
If you have suffered a serious injury that was caused by an unsafe condition on another’s property, contact the Atlanta premises liability lawyers at Parks, Chesin & Walbert for a free case evaluation today. Time is often of the essence to prevent the loss of evidence such as surveillance videos and to allow us to interview possible witnesses while their memories are fresh. You won’t pay us any attorneys’ fees unless we make a recovery on your behalf.