In the state of Georgia, property owners have a duty to make sure their premises are free from hazardous conditions — such as visibly wet surfaces where people can slip and fall. If they violate this obligation and injury results, they could be liable under the law. This obligation applies to slip-and-fall injuries that happen in many public places open to patrons such as grocery stores, department stores, hotels, movie theaters and nightclubs. It also applies to private property owners.
If you have been harmed in a slip-and-fall accident at one of these locations, you could be entitled to compensation to pay for your injuries. At Perrotta & Cahn, Attorneys at Law, we can help you recover. With over 100 years of combined experience, we have assisted many people with slip-and-fall cases and other premise liability claims. With offices in Cartersville, Calhoun and Dalton, we represent slip-and-fall accident victims in north Georgia and throughout the South.
An Owner's Negligence Is Inexcusable
Our attorneys believe that people are entitled to expect to enter a property — particularly a place of business open to patrons — without the possibility of being harmed because of the owner's failure to adequately maintain the premises in a safe and reasonable manner.
If you have been injured, we will fight to seek legal recourse for you and get you the compensation you need to pay for medical bills, lost wages, and even pain and suffering.
Call Now For A Free Initial Consultation
Contact one of our lawyers today at 678-792-4816. We can discuss your case during a free consultation. You can also reach out to us online. One of our lawyers will contact you within 24 hours.