If you have been injured on commercial property, the fault may not lie with yourself. Business owners and others who own commercial property are liable for injuries that result because of negligence, including poor security, insufficient lighting, and the lack of safety precautions such as warning signs. If you have been injured on someone else’s property, contact our Atlanta premises liability lawyers today.
At the Atlanta, Georgia personal injury law firm of Hilley & Frieder, we have been standing up for injury victims for over 35 years. We work closely with our clients, providing them with the sound legal advice and tenacious representation they deserve.
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Owners of commercial properties such as shopping malls, apartment complexes, and restaurants are required to maintain a safe property. If they fail to make sure their property is safe, they are responsible for any injuries that happen as a result.
Our firm handles a broad range of premises liability cases including those involving:
Commercial property owners have a responsibility to ensure adequate security on their premises. When they fail to uphold that responsibility, the results can be tragic. If you were injured, assaulted, or lost a loved one as a result of negligent security, you deserve to be fully compensated for your damages.
At our firm, our negligent security lawyers provide aggressive representation to the victims of inadequate security. We fully investigate the circumstances of your incident to determine whether inadequate security was to blame. If your case cannot be settled, you can count on us to pursue justice in the courtroom.
A statute of limitations is a deadline that state law places on your case to ensure you file your lawsuit in a timely manner. Failure to file your claim within the statute of limitations will likely lead to the court dismissing it, leading to you losing your chances of collecting compensation.
You have two years from the date of your injury to file your premises liability lawsuit in Georgia civil court. There are some exceptions to this rule, including the following:
While the statute of limitations may seem restrictive, the deadline ensures the evidence your case relies on, such as witness testimony or surveillance footage, remains reliable and available. Speak to an Atlanta premises liability attorney at Hilley & Frieder, P.C. to determine when your filing period ends.
Georgia law allows you to collect economic and non-economic damages for injuries you sustain as a result of a property owner’s negligence. Economic damages involve your tangible out-of-pocket losses, while non-economic damages compensate you for your emotional and physical pain and suffering.
Common types of damages in premises liability cases include the following:
To discuss your premises liability or negligent security claim with a skilled premises liability attorney, contact us today.