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Premises Liability Lawyers Atlanta

Slappey & Sadd, LLC is an Atlanta based personal injury law firm that successfully handles Premises Liability Injuries and other Personal Injury Cases resulting in wrongful death or severe injuries that may permanently impact your quality of life, income, or long-term health. Slappey & Sadd, LLC is an experienced, high quality law firm. We are careful in deciding which cases to pursue, so we can focus on helping the people who have suffered the most serious harm as a result of clear cases of negligence. To the cases we pursue, we commit the full financial, legal, and emotional resources of our firm.  Call 404-255-6677 for an evaluation of your premises liability injury case at no charge.

When someone gets injured on the property of another, the property or premises owner may be exposed to liability for failing to upkeep his property or warn others of dangerous conditions which exist on his property. This is particularly true in the setting where the property owner "invites" guests to his property for business gain as in the case of a retail store. When patrons of a business visit the business to shop, that business may be liable for unreasonably dangerous conditions posed by the property. Slip and fall cases illustrate this point. If a piece of sidewalk is broken, but not noticeable to the average person, it could pose a serious risk of injury. Slip and Fall liability lawsuits are one example, but there are other types of Premise Liability Injuries.

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Amusement park injuries are often caused by the failure to properly maintain the ride or premises which give rise to a cause of action against the owners or managers of the property. Elevator accidents and electrocution accidents are two more examples where people may get injured due to the negligence of the premises owner or manager in failing to properly maintain the property.

Hotels and motels also may be liable to their invited guests for injuries that occur on their premises as a result of poor maintenance or negligence. Water damage can cause ceilings to cave in or walls to collapse. Faulty fire alarms, fire extinguishers or negligence in failing to properly notify guests are also potential areas of exposure for a hotel and motel.

Stairways and staircases frequently form the basis of litigation. The lack of handrails or uniformity in design or building of the risers are potential bases of liability.
Premises liability claims may encompass a variety of other premises injuries, such as:

Injuries sustained in:

  • Elevators
  • Escalators
  • Stores
  • Building corridors
  • Outside on private or public land
  • Resorts
  • Recreational activities
  • Swimming pools

Premises liability lawsuits may also stem from any kind of unsafe or dangerous conditions on the premises, or defect in the construction of, or inadequate maintenance of the premises where an injury or accident occurs.

These types of cases may include:

  • Toxic chemical exposure injury
  • Toxic mold injury, lead poisoning
  • Defective lighting
  • Failure to warn of hazardous conditions on the property
  • Improperly maintained equipment
  • Dog bites and animal attacks
  • Other dangerous conditions on the premises.

One of the most important factors to consider to win a lawsuit in bringing premises liability cases is the knowledge of the property owner regarding the condition. If it can be proven that the property owner knew about the dangerous condition of his property and failed to act to fix it, then liability can often be imposed.

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