Premises Liability

Poorly maintained property can be extremely dangerous. Even something as minor as a puddle of water on a grocery store floor or a loose handrail in an apartment building can result in serious injuries. While we expect that most people keep their property in reasonably good condition, some people don't.

When personal injury is caused by a property owner's negligence, it falls under premises liability law, and he or she may be eligible for compensation. At Hunt Law Firm, LLC , our lawyers help clients in Macon and throughout Georgia who have suffered injuries from premises liability, including:

  • Slip-and-fall injuries
  • Trip-and-fall injuries
  • Injuries caused by landlord negligence
  • Injuries caused by dangerous clutter
  • Injuries caused by inadequate security

How Do You Prove Negligence In A Premises Liability Case?

In a premises liability case, the injured plaintiff must show that the property owner or occupant was knowingly negligent. For example, if you slipped and fell on a crumbling staircase outside of a building, you would have to show that the property owner or occupant was aware of it - or should have been aware of it - but did not take measures to fix the problem.

Our personal injury attorneys have the tools and experience to help you prove that a landlord, business owner or homeowner was negligent in a way that resulted in your injuries. While we can never promise results, we can promise to be your advocate throughout the process. If necessary, we will be ready to take your case to trial.

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