Property owners in Georgia have a duty to make sure that their property is safe and free from hazards. When they fail to maintain their property or premises, serious injuries can result.
In these situations, the Hinesville premises liability attorneys at The Nye Law Group can help you fight for the compensation you need to cover medical bills, missed days at work and other expenses you may have resulting from your injuries.
Contact our Hinesville office today to learn more about your legal options and how we can seek the justice you deserve. We work only on a contingency fee basis, so you owe us no upfront costs or legal fees unless we recover compensation for you.
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Under Georgia premises liability law, property owners and operators are required to keep their property free from hazards that can cause harm to visitors. When they fail to do this, they can be held accountable for any resulting injuries.
Our Hinesville premises liability attorneys have decades of experience handling a wide variety of these types of cases, including:
Hinesville slip and fall accidents – These cases include situations in which an individual is injured because of a property owner’s failure to fix or warn about slippery surfaces, uneven sidewalks, unsafe debris or other hazards.
Inadequate security – This involves claims on behalf of individuals who were assaulted, raped, abducted or killed because the property owner failed to provide a secure environment. This can include incidents in parking garages, hotels, shopping malls, concert arenas, apartment complexes and other similar locations.
Swimming pool accidents – If a property provides untrained lifeguards, inattentive staff or negligent child supervision, the owner can be held liable for drowning, near drowning and submersion injuries that result.
Poor maintenance – A property owner can be held liable for injuries resulting from a poorly maintained property in which there are structural defects, a deck or balcony that collapses, a railing or staircase that is broken, or if there are no warnings of other hazards.
Elevator or escalator injuries – Injuries resulting from improper installation, poor maintenance, defective equipment or negligent inspection of an elevator or escalator can lead to a premises liability claim.
If you have been injured as a result of a property owner’s negligence in any of these situations, or others not listed here, our attorneys can help you fight for the compensation you deserve.
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After an accident on another’s property, our Hinesville premises liability attorneys will investigate your claim to determine if you have a case. In order to file a personal injury case, we must be able to prove that:
We will conduct a thorough investigation into the accident and review all of the facts presented in the evidence. In order to do this, we will:
We will handle every detail of your case, including working directly with the insurance company, so that you can focus on what is most important: your health and recovery. At The Nye Law Group, we are committed to fighting for your best interests and ensuring you have the finances you need to recover from your injuries.
If you or someone you love has been injured because a property owner failed to maintain a safe property, our Hinesville premises liability attorneys can help you hold that property owner liable for his or her negligence. We will work tirelessly on your behalf to help you get the compensation you need.
Do not hesitate to contact The Nye Law Group today to learn more about your legal options. We work on a contingency fee basis and do not charge any upfront fees.