Is A Property Owner Responsible For Your Injuries?
Premises liability law requires property owners to take certain steps to keep their premises reasonably safe or provide adequate warnings or safety hazards. The property owner must protect residents, business patrons and guests. Owners also have a duty to protect utility workers, delivery persons and the general public. While trespassers usually enter at their own risk, they can still hold property owners accountable for knowingly creating traps or safety hazards.
Premises liability injuries can be devastating and may include brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, burns and animal bite wounds. You and your family will need the assistance of an experienced lawyer who truly cares about getting you the compensation you deserve.
We Have Had Great Results In Premises Liability Cases
For more than 50 years, we at Ashenden & Associates, P.C., in Atlanta, Georgia, have represented the victims of property owners who are or have been negligent. Premises liability law asserts that property owners, including owners of stores, malls, private residences, office spaces and parks, have the responsibility to assure that their property is clear of dangers that could cause injuries or accidents. We have demonstrated that we have the skills to advocate for injury victims in premises liability cases.
Our attorneys represent clients in cases related to:
- Swimming and diving accidents
- Defective property that has caused injury
- Exposure to toxic fumes
- Animal attacks
- Negligent or inadequate property security
Injuries sustained in a premises liability case can be debilitating, preventing victims from returning to work or causing other serious hardships. We will guide you through the legal process and represent you to the best of our abilities.
Document Details And Contact Us
If you have been hurt or injured on someone else’s property and believe the owner is liable, you should promptly seek medical attention. In addition, promptly document the details of your case related to the incident as well as your injuries. This may include taking photographs and getting witnesses’ cellphone numbers and addresses.
Our lawyers at Ashenden & Associates, P.C., can help with the entire legal process, so you can focus on your recovery. Aside from your pain and suffering, you may acquire medical bills, wage losses and other monetary damages. Negligent property owners should be held accountable for these costs. For a free initial consultation, contact us online or call 770-954-8363.