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Augusta Premises Liability Lawyers

A common name for premises liability cases is slip-and-fall. It's the area of law that governs accidents occurring on someone else's property.

Seeking Compensation for Unsafe Premises

In our area we work on premises liability cases that involve dangerous conditions:

  • An attack or assault in an unattended, poorly lit parking lot or in high-crime areas with inadequate security
  • Injuries suffered when goods piled high in a warehouse store come crashing down on a customer
  • A loose handrail causes a customer to fall down 18 stairs
  • An elevator gets caught between floors, causing the trapped occupant to suffer a heart attack

The name slip-and-fall may suggest that premises liability cases are not serious. This is untrue. Premises liability includes drownings at unattended swimming pools, unsafe conditions leading to serious fires and toxic vapors that result in wrongful death by asphyxiation.

Experienced Georgia Slip-and-Fall Injury Attorneys

The law holds that owners can be held responsible for injuries caused by the failure to maintain safe conditions on a property. This law applies to homeowners, commercial building owners, apartment complex or condo owners. All must show reasonable care in maintaining safe premises.

The Firm to Turn To for Premises Liability Cases

You can't file for a premises liability claim yourself. You need a skilled and experienced law firm like Wall Ellison LLC that knows the law and is familiar with insurance company tactics. You can be compensated for medical bills, lost income, diminished ability to work, and pain and emotional trauma. Ask our lawyers today.

Have you been injured while visiting someone else's property? You may be entitled to compensation. Call the Augusta premises liability attorneys at Wall Ellison LLC at 706-303-1923, or e-mail us using this online form.

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