The owner of a property has the duty to maintain their property adequately. This includes proper security, safety measures, and maintenance. Clients rely on our Atlanta area premises liability attorney when they have been injured by the negligence of property owners. We pursue the compensation that clients deserve for injuries that occur on a dangerous property.
For a free consultation with our Georgia premises liability lawyers, contact our offices to speak with a premises liability attorney. Jon Brockman, our personal injury attorney has worked for the insurance companies and now uses this knowledge exclusively to protect the rights of injured clients. Our personal injury law practice is devoted to protecting injured clients and ensuring they receive appropriate compensation for their injuries. Our premises liability attorneys represent clients in Atlanta, Carrollton, Cumming, Fayetteville, Alpharetta. and throughout Georgia.
Premises Liability and Negligence
Jonathan R. Brockman, P.C. represents clients with cases involving the following kinds of disrepair and negligence on the part of property owners that leads to injury to our clients:
- Slippery floors – Falling debris – Crumbling stairs – Poorly lit hallways, stairwells – Exposed electrical wiring – Malfunctioning fire alarms – Broken smoke detectors – Chained fire exits – Malfunctioning elevators / escalators – Dog bites – Liability for Inadequate Security and Physical Assault in Forsyth County
- The owner or manager of an apartment complex, hotel, mall, church, or any publicly or privately owned property has the duty to provide its patrons and residents with proper security. This includes adequate safety measures, lighting, security, and maintenance. When someone is injured because of inadequate security, we pursue compensation for those injuries. We represent clients who have been attacked and sexually assaulted as the result of a property owner’s negligence.
- We represent clients who have been injured due to the improper maintenance of property conditions. We also represent clients who have suffered serious personal injuries as the result of a dangerous property condition. We want clients to feel comfortable talking to our personal injury attorney during this highly emotional time.
Contact a Premises Liability Attorney Today
A slip and fall injury can result in short or long-term disability, resulting in lost wages and substantial medical expenses. We have the resources needed to investigate what happened and hold negligent property owners liable for slip and fall injuries they cause. Contact our Georgia premises liability attorneys for more information about injuries received from dangerous property conditions.