Premises Liability

Guidance from Georgia Personal Injury Attorneys

━ Premises Liability Claims

Under Georgia law, property owners are required to use reasonable care in maintaining their premises and avoid exposing third parties to an unreasonable risk of harm. When they fail to do so, our team of dedicated personal injury lawyers in Dalton, Georgia can help you to pursue just compensation for your injuries. At McMahan Law Firm, LLC, we have assisted numerous victims of dangerous conditions with recovering compensation from negligent property owners, and we are prepared to help you seek full and just compensation for your injuries.

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━ How Can a Property Owner be Held Liable

If the property has been negligently maintained or the owner failed to properly warn parties of potentially dangerous conditions on the premises, the North Georgia owner or property manager can be held liable if any accident and injuries occur.

Examples of accidents that may be caused by property owner negligence:

  • Slip and Fall Accidents
  • Dog Bites
  • Toxic Exposure
  • Attractive Nuisance
  • Inadequate Security

━ A Record of Successful Recovery 

At McMahan Law Firm, LLC, we thoroughly investigate the cause of your injury and determine whether the property owner was negligent. With more than two decades of experience under our belts, you can rest assured knowing that we can help you recover maximum compensation for your injuries. On average, we have recovered $3 million a year for clients, with $15+ million recovered in the last few years.

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