Slip and Fall Accidents

Who Is Responsible For Personal Injuries on Rental Properties

If you were injured while on a rental property, it may be harder than you think to get compensation. The difficulties in getting compensation boil down to the issue of liability. Who was at fault? Was the property owner (landlord) responsible, or was the person occupying the property responsible? Were you a tenant or someone… read more

Georgia’s Distraction Doctrine for Slip and Fall Cases

We have all heard about distracted driving and distracted walking, but most people are not aware that there is a distraction doctrine that relates to slip and fall cases. The distraction doctrine does not relate to cell phones at all, but rather relates to distractions that draw your attention away from the task at hand…. read more

What to Do After a Slip and Fall Accident?

Have you been injured in a slip and fall accident? These types of injuries affect millions of Americans each year. In fact, they are the leading cause of emergency room visits in the United States. If you’ve been injured as the result of a slip and fall, considering speaking with an Atlanta slip and fall… read more

Who Is Liable for a Sidewalk Slip and Fall?

Have you slipped and fell on a sidewalk recently? There are several reasons people injure themselves on sidewalks, whether it’s a crumbling block, an uneven area, or icy conditions. If you’ve injured yourself on a sidewalk, who is responsible for your injuries? Do you have legal grounds for a personal injury suit? Here’s the simple… read more

What Are the Most Common Types of Slip and Fall Injuries?

Premises liability, or “slip and fall” lawsuits, are one of the most common types of personal injury cases. Take a look at some statistics, and it’s easy to see why: A recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that an older adult falls once every second, making it the leading… read more