Atlanta property owners have a duty to ensure that their properties are safe for those who may visit. Properties that are poorly maintained and managed are hazardous. This includes private, public, residential, and commercial properties.
If you have been injured while on someone else’s property due to a hazard, contact The Embry Law Firm. You may be entitled to recovery for any medical bills, lost wages, or other losses associated with your injury. Our Atlanta premises liability lawyers can help you determine what sort of recovery you may be eligible for.
Premises liability claims arise for many different reasons. Some of the more common accidents that lead to these claims include:
Of course, there are many other accident scenarios that can lead to a premises liability claim. These examples are just some of the more common scenarios that we see in Atlanta premises liability claims.
Victims of premises liability accidents suffer a wide range of physical injuries and emotional trauma. The accidents mentioned above often result in injuries including:
In addition to physical injuries, you may also be suffering the emotional toll of such an injury. Premises liability accidents often happen in public places. You may be embarrassed by what happened or may find yourself scared to visit similar properties. Your injuries and their financial toll can also impact you mentally and cause anxiety and stress.
Fortunately, with the help of the Embry Law Firm, you can fight back against these injuries and get the compensation and justice you deserve. Through a premises liability claim, you can pursue compensation for both monetary and non-monetary losses. The value of your losses will be determined through a careful investigation by our Atlanta premises liability lawyers.
Property owners are legally required to exercise reasonable care and safety precautions in order to keep visitors safe. If you file a premises liability claim, you must be able to prove that the property owner neglected to exercise reasonable care, or was otherwise negligent. To do so, you must prove:
If you can prove these elements in your claim, then the property owner will be considered negligent and liable for your injuries.
In some cases, more parties than just the property owner may be held liable for injuries. Sometimes a contractor, vendor, property manager, tenant, security guard or other parties can also be held liable if they too were negligent.
If you are injured due to someone else’s failure to maintain their property, of course, you want to hold them accountable. At The Embry Law Firm, that is what we do. Our passion is helping accident victims get justice. From the moment you hire us, we begin investigating your situation to determine how best to proceed. Our team has years of experience handling personal injury claims, and we know how to navigate the legal system.
What’s more, we believe in the power of communication and collaboration. We work with you through every step of the process so you know exactly what to expect. Find out how we can help you with your Atlanta premises liability claim by calling us at 1-844-443-6279. We offer every potential client a free consultation, so you have nothing to lose.