Injuries on Others' Properties


IF YOU HAVE BEEN INJURED, SCHNEIDER INJURY LAW CAN HELP

Premises liability is the area of law involving injuries caused by an unsafe condition or a hazardous activity on someone else’s property. A landowner and/or possessor of property must protect those who are lawfully on their property. A premises liability lawsuit often arises from a landowner’s or occupant’s failure to correct a dangerous condition on their property or warn of its existence. Premises liability claims often involve injuries caused by improper maintenance or management, improper repairs, failure to warn, improper supervision or inadequate security measures.

Injuries on properties can include those from slip-and-falls, physical or sexual assault, dog bites, exposure to hazards substances such as lead or mold or hazardous activities conducted on a construction site.

INJURY DUE TO HAZARD OR DEFECT ON THE PREMISES

It is essential to contact a lawyer to investigate the potential to file a premises liability claim if you have been injured as a result of the hazardous condition or activity on the property of another party. Schneider Injury Law has successfully represented the interests of clients who have suffered serious injuries caused by hazards on the property of businesses, landlords, nursing homes, department and grocery stores, municipalities and public agencies. Hazards can be things like a dangerous construction site, falling objects, holes in the parking lot, broken ramps, broken stairs, liquid on the floor, etc.

INJURY DUE TO NEGLIGENT SECURITY

Property owners have a duty to keep people safe on their property even from criminal acts by third parties. Schneider Injury Law represents clients who have been crime victims on commercial property like apartment complexes ,shopping malls, grocery stores, hotels, parking decks, and schools. Businesses like these are required by Georgia law to keep their guests safe, and so they typically have large insurance policies that will cover failures to protect their guests from criminal attacks. If you or your family member has been a victim of a criminal attack, such as a rape, shooting, or physical assault, while on commercial property, you may have a premises liability claim against the property owner for negligent or inadequate security.



Types of locations that must uphold a higher standard of care for your well being.

  • Airplanes
  • Charter Boats
  • Apartment Complex
  • Concerts (Concert Halls & Arenas)
  • Parking Decks & Parking Lots
  • Retail Stores
  • Restaraunts
  • Hotels
  • Daycare facilities
  • Nursing Homes
  • Treatment Facilities
  • Schools (Private, Charter & Public)
  • Universities
  • Fraternities & Sororities
  • Religious Organizations and Places of Worship
  • Rehabilitation Facilities
  • Medical Spas
  • Therapeutic Facilities

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