Atlanta Personal Injury Blog

Suing a Property Management Company for Negligence?

suing a property management company for negligence

When a person is injured because of unsafe conditions unaddressed due to property management company negligence, there may be grounds to sue. This is something that arises frequently in densely-populated cities like Atlanta, where many people rent apartments or own condominiums with common spaces that property management companies may be responsible to maintain. Some examples… Read More

When to Consult an Attorney for Slip-and-Fall Negligence

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Slip-and-fall accidents are those that occur when someone encounters a walking surface that isn’t safe due to the presence of a slippery substance. This could be rainwater tracked in from the entrance, soft drinks spilled near a self-serve station, a recently-mopped nursing home hallway or a patch of black ice on parking lot walkway. The… Read More

I Was Bitten by a Dog. What Should I Do?

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Dog bites are an all-too-common cause of injury in Georgia, with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta reporting more than 4.7 million people in the U.S. are bitten by dogs annually. More than 800,000 dog bites require medical attention and 400,000 necessitate emergency room treatment. About half of all dog bite… Read More

Proving Wrongful Death by Negligence in Civil Cases

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The sudden death of someone you love is devastating no matter the cause. When you suspect or know the loss was the result of another’s careless, reckless or criminal actions, you want both answers and accountability. Wrongful death in Georgia civil lawsuits must meet very specific criteria, which is why consulting with a knowledgeable and… Read More

Injury Law Insights: Is It Premises Liability or Negligent Security

Negligent Security Premises Liability

Those who own and control property in Georgia have a legal responsibility to exercise care to protect those invited on site from unreasonable risk of harm. This includes things like keeping walkways clear and dry, repairing holes in the parking lots, making sure items on store shelves are safely stacked and stairways are in reasonably… Read More

A Time for Action: Your Guide to Suing for Wrongful Death in Georgia

Atlanta Wrongful Death Attorney

The only immediate certainty when you lose someone to a sudden wrongful death is that life will never again be the same. Suing for wrongful death in Georgia won’t change that fact. However, it can save you from drowning financially. It’s also a means holding responsible parties accountable for careless, reckless or intentional actions that… Read More

Negligent Security: How It Applies to Your Premises Liability Case

Negligent Security

When you are injured on another’s property as the result of the property owner’s reckless or negligent behavior, you may be entitled to compensation for the damages you suffer in a premises liability claim. This generally applies in situations involving accidental injuries, but what if your case involves injuries suffered as a result of a… Read More

Suing For Negligence: Six Grounds for Inadequate Security [Case]

Suing For Negligence

When you suffer personal injuries due to the reckless and willful actions of others, the impacts can be long ranging and severe. In addition to your immediate costs for medical care, you could end up requiring additional testing, treatment, and therapy for months or even years to come. Lost wages are also an issue, both… Read More

Suing For Wrongful Death Offers Justice For Surviving Family Members [CASE]

Suing for Wrongful Death Atlanta

Dealing with the unexpected passing of a beloved family member is never easy. It can be particularly hard when it results from an accident or conditions that were otherwise preventable. When the reckless and negligent actions of others are responsible for a loved one’s loss, suing for wrongful death can provide a sense of justice…. Read More

Reckless and Negligent Driving in Georgia: What’s the Difference?

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Understanding the state of Georgia’s traffic laws can be confusing, especially when it comes to fine-tuned distinctions between what would appear to be relatively similar acts. Indeed, such is the case with reckless and negligent driving; the two actions are different per Georgia code, and have different legal (and potential civil) consequences as well. Here’s… Read More