Alpharetta Premises Liability Attorneys
Holding Negligent Property Owners Responsible
Premise liability, which includes slip and fall cases, involves injuries that occur on someone else’s property. Georgia law requires property owners to maintain safe conditions and warn people of potential hazards. At the Law Offices of Falanga & Chalker, our seasoned Alpharetta premises liability lawyers represent clients in Alpharetta premises liability cases.
If you were injured due to a dangerous condition on someone else’s property, call (470) 450-1164 to schedule an appointment for a consultation.
When a Dangerous Condition Causes Injury
Premise liability cases often arise from accidents caused by a dangerous condition, if the property owner knew or should have known about the hazard and failed to correct it or warn visitors or customers of the condition. There are many possible causes of slip and fall accidents and serious injuries often result from these accidents.
Slip and fall accidents are often caused by:
- Wet floors
- Poor lighting
- Torn carpeting
- Narrow stairs
- Broken stairs or handrails
- Uneven flooring
- Broken or cracked sidewalks
- Ice or snow
While slipping or falling may not seem serious, severe injury or even death can result from these types of accidents. When the property owner is responsible for the situation and you had a legal right to be present on the property, you may be able to recover compensation for your injuries and the related damages.
An Experienced Legal Team on Your Side
This area of law can be complex, and it is necessary to prove negligence to hold the property owner responsible for your injuries. Our attorneys have represented numerous clients in Greensboro, Riverdale, Ellijay, and Alpharetta premises liability cases. We can evaluate your situation and build a strong case to help you pursue a personal injury claim. We handle the complexities of the legal system and insurance company on your behalf, so you can focus on healing.
Call (470) 450-1164 or contact us online to have your case evaluated and get legal advice in a free consultation.