Premises liability cases are based on the demonstration of negligence. If you want to win a premises liability case, Georgia law states that you must prove the property owner was negligent with respect to ownership and/or maintenance of her or his property. More often than not, “negligence” means that the property owner failed to use reasonable care in maintaining the condition of their property.
Premises Liability Cases Are Complex
Keep in mind that simply suffering an injury on someone else’s property does not mean that the property owner was negligent and/or engaging in reckless behavior. Additionally, just because the condition of the property may have been unsafe does not always mean that the property owner acted negligently or engaged in misconduct. You will need the help of an experienced, aggressive personal injury attorney to prove that the property owner knew (or should reasonably have known) that her or his property was unsafe, and that they failed to take the necessary measures to remedy the situation.
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Whether it’s working hard to obtain enough money for your damages in court, or resolving your issue through an informal settlement, attorney Tom Cain will work tirelessly to make sure you receive the outcome (and compensation) to which you’re entitled. When it comes to personal injury cases in the state of Georgia, Tom is dedicated to you, your case, and our community.