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Premises Liability Victim? You May Be Owed Compensation!

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Savannah Premises Liability Lawyer

Fighting For Premises Liability Victims in Georgia

When you visit someone’s property, you do so with the understanding that it is safe for you to be there. Unfortunately, not all property owners adhere to basic safety standard as required by the law. If you were injured on another party’s property, you may be able to file a premises liability claim. Premises liability examines dangerous property conditions and how these can affect visitors like you. You should not be responsible when the negligence of another person results in injury, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other costs associated with an accident.

There are a few essential elements in a premises liability case. It must be proven that the property owner knew of and failed to address a hazardous condition, and that this failure directly resulted in the victim’s injuries.

In Georgia, there is a two-year statute of limitations to bring a premises liability claim. Insurance companies and property owners try to prove that the injured is primarily at fault for the accident and in order to avoid paying out damages. Our experienced premises liability lawyer in Savannah is not afraid to go up against large companies to maximize possible compensation. When you need an aggressive advocate to fight on your behalf, call Scot Kraeuter Personal Injury Law today.

Injured? Contact our Premises Liability attorney in Savannah for a free consultation!

How Do You Prove Premises Liability?

At Scot Kraeuter Personal Injury Law, we help our clients understand when they may be eligible for a premises liability claim and fight to recover compensation for their injuries. By law, negligent property owners can be held liable for medical expenses and other damages they cause victims due to unsafe conditions on their properties.

Examples of unsafe property conditions:

  • Broken flooring

  • Faulty wiring

  • Insufficient security

  • Malfunctioning elevators and escalators

  • Missing railings

  • Poorly lit parking lots

  • Unmarked wet floors

  • Defective playground equipment

One of the most well-known premises liability cases is the slip and fall case. This occurs when someone slips or trips on something like a wet spot on the floor, uneven carpeting, or rough patches of ground and is hurt as a result. You will need the help of a seasoned attorney to help you establish property owner negligence and prepare solid evidence for a claim.

Contact Our Experienced Premises Liability Attorney Today!

For compassionate legal support, contact Scot Kraeuter Personal Injury Law. For a free consultation with a Savannah  premises liability attorney give us a call or fill out our form!

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