Experienced Marietta Personal Injury Lawyers Handling Slip-And-Fall Injury Cases
Property owners are liable if you slip and fall on their premises, including parking lots, garages, sidewalks, escalators and stairs. If you slip, fall and injure yourself in someone’s backyard, you might have a case for seeking compensation through property owner liability or homeowner’s liability.
Property owners in Georgia are responsible for keeping their land, homes, stores and other property in a reasonably safe condition for guests, tenants and visitors to use. Of course, a “reasonably safe condition” is often open to interpretation depending on specific circumstances, so retaining the representation of an experienced personal injury lawyer in the Atlanta area is in your best interests if you or a family member has been injured on someone else’s property.
Your Unique Slip-And-Fall Injury And Securing Your Compensation
It is important to document the scene of your fall, your injuries and your losses as soon as possible. Evidence is critical, and consulting an experienced personal injury lawyer in Georgia should be at the top of your list.
At Sams, Larkin & Huff, LLP, in Marietta, we will handle all legal aspects of your case, secure evidence and communicate with the insurance company. We can help you bridge the gap between medical costs, lost wages and injury settlement. Our attorneys will aggressively pursue your maximum compensation while compassionately helping you manage the hardships of injury.
If your injury involved any of the following circumstances, call us now:
- A wet floor not properly marked
- An unsafe stairwell or escalator
- A stairway with inadequate handrails
- A spill left unattended in a store
- Uneven flooring or sidewalk
- Potholes in a parking lot
- Any slippery surface
Our attorneys will help you make informed decisions, and we will always be attentive to your legal needs throughout the process of securing the compensation that you deserve.
We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you pay no attorneys’ fees unless we achieve a favorable outcome in your case.