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  • Restaurant and Bar Accident Liability
    When it comes to a customer’s safety in restaurants and bars, Georgia law requires premises owners to put safety first. If an injury does occur while a customer is on the property, he or she may be entitled to compensation. A bar or restaurant may have to pay for the physical, emotional, and financial consequences of their negligence. Our personal injury
  • ATLANTA PREMISES LIABILITY LAWYERS
    For many, the American Dream revolves around the desire to own a home. With this dream comes the responsibility of homeowners to maintain a safe property. Unfortunately, some homeowners fall short in this regard. If you have been injured on someone’s property because of his or her negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. Keep reading to learn more about
  • Near Drowning ends with a $5 million Verdict
    Case Background Eleven years ago, Ashton Schneider nearly drowned at a community swimming pool. On September 4, 2018 a Fulton County judge ordered the pool management company, USA Pools, and the president at the time of the incident to pay $5 million. Ms. Schneider, then 7, suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) after a lifeguard at the Chapel Hills Community Pool failed
  • The Basics of Premises Liability Law In Georgia
    Property owners in Georgia owe certain responsibilities to guests and other individuals present on their land or at their businesses. This is a long standing pillar of premises liability, but various circumstances can make the rule murky. If you’ve been injured on someone’s property, your relationship to the owner will likely affect your compensation. The nature of the hazard which
  • GYM AND FITNESS CENTER LIABILITY IN GEORGIA
    Increasing numbers of Americans have memberships to gyms, fitness centers and other workout facilities. Personal injury attorneys see many people who are injured as they work hard to get fit and stay healthy. Everyone knows that heightened physical activity carries the risk of accidents. At what point are facility owners, personal trainers and other individuals liable when gym patrons get
  • HOW TO AVOID SWIMMING POOL ACCIDENTS THIS SUMMER
    Summer is here, and that means vacationers in Georgia will be visiting swimming pools at hotels, beaches and private residences. Swimming pool accidents remain a major cause of injury for many Americans. The Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that about 390 people drown each year in a pool or spa. According to the Centers for Disease Control, one in five