Premises Liability

Atlanta premises liability attorneys Gino Brogdon, Jr. and Darl Champion points out that a person injured on another person’s property, whether a business, a home, or a piece of land, may have what is known as a premises liability claim. Determining whether there is a premises liability claim depends on a number of factors, including the purpose of the injured person’s presence on the property, the nature of the act or condition that caused injury, and the landowner’s or occupier’s actions and/or knowledge about the condition. Common premises liability claims result from slip and falls, dog bites, collapses of structures (such as decks, stairs or flooring), and even the failure to provide adequate security to protect from criminal acts. Premises liability claims can be complicated, and it takes a skilled, knowledgeable personal injury attorney to determine whether you have a valid claim, if the owner is liable, should you talk to the insurance companies, who pays your medical bills and more.

Below are examples of premises liability cases that we handle.