Suppose you have been injured in an accident caused by a property owner’s or business’ negligence, you need to hold them accountable by compensating you. At Kate Franke Law, our team of premises liability attorneys can help you understand your rights under Georgia law.
At Kate Franke Law, one of our premises liability lawyers will determine if you have a feasible claim for damages once they have reviewed the facts of the incident.
Is Your Claim Valid?
To prove that your claim is valid and you deserve compensation from the premises owner or occupier, your premises liability lawyer will need to prove these points:
Georgia law states that negligent property owners can be held liable for a victim’s direct monetary losses and certain non-economic damages. The value of a claim will depend on the specific circumstances of each case, which is why it is essential an experienced premises liability attorney represent the injured person and their family members.
A Victim May Qualify For Compensation For the Following:
Theft of money or property, emergency medical bills, ongoing medical care, rehabilitative treatment, long-term disability, lost wages, diminished earning capacity, other related economic losses, pain and suffering, emotional distress, disfigurement, loss of life enjoyment, and the wrongful death of a family member.
Cases Involving Children
Georgia law acknowledges that children are drawn to dangerous surroundings, and there is, therefore, a doctrine of attractive nuisance that applies to trespassing children. Things like unattended swimming pools or play areas, as such the law imposes a duty on property owners to keep the premises free from problems that might entice trespassing children.
Cases Involving Negligent Security
Georgia property owners and occupiers also have a legal responsibility to provide adequate security - meeting reasonable expectations for business and property owners. This means that all premises liability claims will be handled on a case-by-case basis as separate businesses will have different security requirements. This is one of the reasons the victim should seek an experienced premises liability lawyer.
Types of Premises Liability Lawsuits
Here are some of the cases our premises liability attorneys at Kate Franke Law can handle:
How We Can Help
Our team of premises liability attorneys at Kate Franke Law are committed to helping you handle claims involving negligent property conditions.
Call Kate Franke Law for a free consultation. Your premises liability lawyer will guide you through the complex claim issues and legal procedures. This is a stressful time when you should be focused on healing; calling the professionals is the right thing to do.
Call us at 855-529-5283 for more.
Let us help you figure out your best next steps are. The sooner you have a plan of action, the better your chances of taking the correct steps to get the results you want.
Kate Franke, Attorney at Law, LLC
6595 Roswell Road, Suite G240, Atlanta, Georgia 30328, United States
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