Have You Been Injured Due To Negligence By A Property Owner Or Manager?

We have all seen news headlines relaying stories of individuals or groups of individuals being seriously injured or killed due to the negligence of a property owner or manager. It's natural to presume that this type of story will never occur to you until one day it does. Incidents occurring on government property, at businesses, homes and other locations can turn individuals' lives upside down.

Business owners, government entities, homeowners, landlords and others are responsible for keeping their premises safe for use by customers, tenants and visitors. If you or a loved one has been injured, or a loved one has been killed in an incident that directly results from the negligence of another party, you should consult with the injury lawyers at Scheer, Montgomery & Call, P.C.

We help injured parties pursue compensation for medical costs, lost wages and other compensable damages. We bring more than 50 years of cumulative experience to our clients in Savannah, Georgia, and surrounding communities.

Understanding Georgia Premises Liability Law

Georgia law stipulates that owners and managers of properties may be held liable for injury accidents on their property that are caused by failure to exercise ordinary care in keeping the premises and approaches safe.

Examples of premises liability cases include:

  • Slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents — Injuries result from slipping or tripping due to a dangerous condition that was known and not removed or repaired promptly.
  • Falling objects — Serious injury can result from being struck by falling merchandise or other objects that are improperly stored, or due to disrepair.
  • Insufficient security — Legal action may be warranted if you are injured or become a victim of a criminal assault in which it can be shown a property owner or manager failed to provide adequate lighting or other protection.
  • Building code violations — These cases involve claims by people who are injured due to building code violations such as structural defects, substandard electrical wiring, missing or inoperable smoke and fire detectors, malfunctioning sprinklers, inaccessible fire exits, unsafe balconies or stairs, and more.

Let Us Review The Facts Of Your Injury Case

If you or a loved one has been injured due to someone else's negligence, it is important to act promptly to enlist help from a knowledgeable injury attorney. Preserving evidence is vital to building a strong case. Call 912-598-6057 or use our online contact form to schedule a free consultation.