Georgia Premises Liability Lawyers
Under premises liability law, owners have a duty to keep their property safe for their guests and visitors. This includes repairing or warning you of any known hazards as well as keeping the area secure from dangerous persons. “Known hazards” also may include hazards that an owner should have known about. The Georgia premises liability lawyers of the Williams Oinonen LLC can help you determine if you have a cause of action against a property owner. If you have suffered a security or safety-related injury on another party’s property, then contact us today at (404) 654-0288.
What is premises liability?
Premises liability actions are claims brought against negligent property owners. They are most commonly brought against property owners of stores and office buildings but they can also occur on private property. Premises liability claims in Georgia may include the following:
- Slip and Fall
- Inadequate Security
- Elevator / Escalator Injuries
- Failure to Warn About a Dangerous Condition on the Property
- Porch Collapse
- Inadequate Lighting
- Broken Stairways
- Uncovered ditches or holes
- Lead Paint Poisoning
- Swimming Pool Injuries
If you have been seriously injured on another person or company’s property, the Georgia premises liability attorneys of Williams Oinonen LLC can help protect your rights and assist you in recovering the compensation you deserve. Contact us at (404) 654-0288 to discuss your situation today.