Georgia Premises Liability Slip and Fall Accident Attorneys
Under the law, property should be free of avoidable hazards. If a property owner neglects to resolve a dangerous condition, and then that condition causes a catastrophic injury or wrongful death, a premises liability lawsuit should result.
The premises liability attorneys of Harris Penn Lowry, LLP, offer free consultations to anyone who has been victimized by dangerous property in Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, or Florida. If they take the case, the firm will charge nothing until the client wins a settlement or verdict that compensates them for their injuries.
What Is Premises Liability?
Premises liability lawsuits can involve a number of different circumstances. The most common form of a premises liability lawsuit is a “slip and fall” accident, where a person trips in a hole or slips in water and is injured.
The lawyers of Harris Penn Lowry, LLP, typically only accept large-scale premises liability litigation. Their experience includes cases involving:
- Inadequate security: Hotels, stores, malls, parking lots, and other businesses have a responsibility to keep their area safe for visitors. If necessary to ensure the safety of their patrons, establishments should have security guards and install cameras and gates. If any property owner has not taken such measures, and someone has been assaulted on their property, our firm will readily file suit.
- Road defects: Auto accidents are often caused by dangerous road conditions. For example, highway 17 in South Carolina is infamous for its dangers and the many accidents they cause. The lawyers of Harris Penn Lowry, LLP, are among the few in the Southeast who have the experience and skill to take on powerful governmental entities in such cases.
- Dangers known to property owners which are unknown to property users: Any danger that an owner has knowledge of can subject the owner to liability for injuries caused to a property user.
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