DGL Attorneys At Law Premises Liability

Atlanta Premises Liability Lawyers

Holding Georgia Property Owners Accountable for Negligence

Whether you're visiting a restaurant, shopping center, swimming pool, or other third-party property, property owners are obligated to maintain safe premises in Atlanta. When a property owner fails to provide a safe environment for patrons, guests, or clientele, this can not only result in serious harm to visitors, but also opens the door to legal consequences for the property owner under Georgia's premises liability law. 

At DGL Attorneys At Law, our premises liability attorneys have over a decade of experience advocating for victims of negligent security, assault, slip-and-fall accidents, and other violations under premises liability law. If you were wrongfully injured on someone else’s property in the Metro Atlanta Area, we can help you pursue justice by advocating for maximum compensation on your behalf. From filing a claim to negotiating a fair settlement with insurers, our firm can fight tirelessly to recover damages for medical bills, lost earnings, and other losses so you can focus on making a swift recovery.   

Don’t pay the price for someone else’s negligence. Call (770) 404-8239 to schedule a free consultation with our trusted premises liability lawyers. 

Understanding Premises Liability Law in Georgia

Under Georgia’s premises liability law, property owners are responsible for ensuring the safety of visitors and guests while on their property. This means that if you sustain an injury on someone else’s property due to a hazardous condition or negligence on the part of the property owner, you may be entitled to seek compensation by filing a premises liability claim. 

Premises liability claims can arise from a variety of situations in various locations, such as:

  • Hotels 
  • Private residences
  • Amusement parks
  • Restaurants and bars
  • Apartment complexes
  • Malls and shopping centers
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Who Is Liable in a Premises Liability Case?

In a premises liability claim, the property owner or manager is often liable for wrongful injuries sustained on their property if they were aware or should have been aware of the hazardous condition that led to the injury. However, premises liability can also extend to contractors or maintenance companies if their negligence contributed to the dangerous condition. 

Remember, consulting with an experienced premises liability lawyer is critical before filing a premises liability claim. Your attorney can thoroughly investigate your case to determine all liable parties and help you pursue maximum compensation for your injuries. 

Understanding Negligence in Premises Liability Cases

To have legal standing for a premises liability claim, you must prove that the property owner was negligent in maintaining their property. This means showing that they 1.) either knew about the dangerous condition or should have known about it, and 2.) failed to take reasonable steps to address it. Common examples of negligence include failing to repair broken equipment, failing to warn visitors of potential hazards, and failing to maintain the property properly. 

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Importance of Securing Experienced Representation

The importance of hiring a qualified premises liability lawyer cannot be overstated. Navigating a premises liability claim can be complex and overwhelming, especially while recovering from painful injuries. Fortunately, our premises liability lawyers have extensive experience representing the wrongfully injured throughout the Metro Atlanta Area. Our firm can help you navigate the legal process with care, alleviating stress while protecting your rights from start to finish. 

Here are some critical reasons to secure sound counsel as soon as possible: 

  • Legal knowledge: A skilled lawyer will have a thorough understanding of premises liability law to help you navigate your case effectively and efficiently. At DGL Attorneys At Law, we have over a decade of experience representing Georgians in all types of premises liability claims, making us well-equipped to represent your best interests in and out of the courtroom.
  • Presenting evidence: Our lawyers can help you collect, organize, and present evidence to prove negligence and establish the four crucial elements required to recover compensation. With our vast network of professional contacts and resources, you can trust us to fortify your case with expert statements, witness testimonies, medical records, and other compelling evidence. 
  • Maximizing damages: Don’t settle for less than you deserve after a wrongful injury. Our firm can accurately assess the value of your claim and fight for the maximum compensation you deserve while protecting your rights against powerful insurers who may seek to take advantage. 
  • Effective negotiation: Insurance companies and other involved entities have a reputation for taking advantage of victims with evasive tactics, such as pushing lowballed settlements. Our seasoned advocates can diligently safeguard your rights against these companies to ensure you’re compensated fairly.   

As top-rated trial attorneys, our lawyers never shy away from tough litigation if that’s what it takes to secure a fair outcome. We can advocate on your behalf in the courtroom if necessary to recover the compensation you deserve, giving you peace of mind that your rights and well-being are prioritized. 

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Contact Our Atlanta Attorneys

DGL Attorneys At Law has been committed to holding negligent property owners accountable for wrongful injuries suffered by innocent visitors, guests, and patrons. Our attorneys are well-versed in the legal intricacies of these lawsuits to help you navigate your case wisely, allowing you to prioritize your health and well-being while we help you seek compensation for hospital bills, treatment costs, property damage, and other losses incurred as a result of the accident.

We understand that sustaining a wrongful injury can have profound physical, emotional, and financial impacts on your life. If you were harmed due to inadequate safety measures or negligent security on someone else's property, our firm can provide the compassionate counsel you need to recover damages. Our attorneys can thoroughly investigate the circumstances of your case and fortify your claim with relevant evidence to establish negligence and fight for the compensation you deserve. 

If you were harmed on someone else’s property, securing experienced representation is essential to ensure you’re compensated fairly. Contact us online to discuss your case with our award-winning lawyers. 

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Why Choose DGL Attorneys At Law?

  • Your Case Will Be Handled with Care by a Partner of Our Firm
  • We Apply All of Our Attention and Resources to Prepare Your Case
  • Attorney DelCampo Is a Current President of the Georgia State Bar
  • Attorney DelCampo Was the First Hispanic Georgia State Judge; Attorney Lopez Was the Second
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