This article explains the legal definitions of public and private swimming pools in the State of Georgia, the mandatory safety features that are required, and the legal liabilities for each type of pool.
Georgia Premises Liability Legal Resources
Premises liability case against a Georgia university involving a student injured in a parking lot. The case was dismissed due to non-waiver of Sovereign Immunity due to Notice of claim filing errors.
If you have suffered an injury due to negligence while at work, it is critical that all injured workers are able to protect their rights, so that they can recover the full and fair compensation they deserve.
Example Negligent Security Case in the state of Georgia against Gwinnett County School District involves a young man who was viciously beaten by another student at the school he attended.
The number of shootings in the U.S. is increasing at an alarming rate. One of the deadliest shootings in recent memory occurred at a Florida nightclub in June of 2016, which killed at least 49 people.
Being robbed is a very scary experience, especially when the robbery includes some form of assault (remember, assault does not necessarily mean making physical contact) or the display or use of a weapon.
Georgia paraplegic claims and quadriplegic claims stem from spinal cord injuries caused by another’s negligence. In asking, “how much is my case worth?” plaintiffs must consider many factors.
The cause of a catastrophic injury can have a substantial impact on whether as person can recover damages for those injuries. It’s important to identify all possible defendants when examining your legal options.
Suing for wrongful death won’t change your loss, but can save you from financial ruin. It’s also a means holding responsible parties accountable for careless, reckless or intentional actions that resulted in a death.
The concept of Negligence Per Se leverages a criminal violation of law to demonstrate a defendant acted negligently in a civil lawsuit — there are several ways Negligence Per Se can be applied to an incident.
Georgia’s Modified Comparative Fault rules strive to insure that those responsible for the cause of an injury should pay their fair share – proven via multiple elements of their case, such as Causation and Damages.
In the State of Georgia, in order for plaintiffs to prevail in civil personal injury claims, they must prove the defendant legally caused the plaintiff’s injuries and are liable for damages — proving legal causation can be difficult.
In the State of Georgia, businesses and property owners have a duty to safeguard their guests against all types of safety hazard — key to proving these cases is establishing something called reasonable foreseeability.
Negligent security cases occur when a property owner fails in their legal duty to protect guests or residents from a violent, criminal act that was reasonably foreseeable — contact us to discuss your case.
Most Georgia personal injury cases involve businesses or individuals who hurt someone through their failure to use reasonable care when they had a legal responsibility to do so. But what if someone intentionally harms you?
Injury or death due to falls from windows can be the basis for a Georgia premises liability lawsuit – an area of law with which Apolinsky & Associates, LLC, Atlanta injury attorneys, have extensive experience representing clients.
Under certain circumstances, Georgia rape victims can file lawsuits to recover damages from third parties for medical and therapy bills, lost wages, physical pain and suffering, emotional anguish and loss of life enjoyment.
When a person is injured due to unsafe conditions unaddressed by a property management company’s negligence, there may be grounds to sue. These cases arise frequently in large cities like Atlanta.