- The time and date of the incident
- The location
- The name and details of the property owner
- The names and contacts of any witnesses
- The type of injuries sustained
Consult an attorney– After checking everything off the list, contact a reputable attorney to guide you through the rest of the process. The attorney will assist you with understanding your rights, options, and potential outcomes of a premises liability case. They’ll also give you a leg up in:
- Investigating and validating your claim
- Crafting and sending a demand letter to the property owner’s insurance company
- Negotiating with the premises owner’s insurance company
- Filing premises liability lawsuits if necessary
Note that Georgia has a two-year statute of limitation on such claims. So if a lawsuit is necessary or inevitable, seek legal representation as soon as possible.
You can also file a premises liability claim against your city. It’s not common for Atlanta residents to pursue claims for slip-and-fall accidents from uneven sidewalks. The same goes for accidents caused by loose cables, unmarked hazards, and the like. Filing a claim against the city of Atlanta is no easy feat. That’s why you’ll need an experienced and skilled legal representation to see your claim through.
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Georgia premises liability law can be complex and confusing, but the lawyers at Dressie Law Firm are always eager to help. So, don’t let unscrupulous landlords and land occupiers infringe on your legal rights. Contact Dressie Law Firm for suitable legal representation. Schedule a free consultation with our Atlanta premises liability attorney today.
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