Premises Liability

Georgia law requires property owners and property managers to maintain safe conditions on their commercial and private property. Premises liability law protects patrons, customers, guests, and invited visitors. Even if you were on a property uninvited, or you were trespassing in some way, you may have a right to a recovery in the event of an accident or injury.

Premises liability applies to:

  • Grocery stores
  • Businesses
  • Banks,
  • Theme parks and amusement parks
  • Shopping malls and department stores
  • Restaurants, cafes, and clubs
  • Arenas and stadiums
  • Ballparks
  • Parking lots
  • Public parks
  • Libraries
  • Apartment complexes and private residences

If a landlord, property manager, or property owner fails to correct a known hazardous condition on their property, they are legally liable for harm inflicted on other people who lawfully use the premises. If you were hurt or assaulted on someone else’s private or commercial property you may be eligible to receive compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

Premises Liability Cases at Our Personal Injury Law Firm

As the leading premises liability attorneys in Atlanta, we have successfully resolved and tried to verdict cases involving the failure of a landowner to protect Georgia citizens from serious harm including the negligent failure to provide security resulting in assaults, rapes and death. We are committed to getting you great results and you will pay no attorney’s fees unless we collect compensation for you.

Call Moraitakis & Kushel, LLP at (404) 261-0016 or 1-800-688-2357, or send us an e-mail to schedule your free consultation with a premises liability attorney.