Owners of property and businesses have a legal duty to protect their customers, tenants and guests unreasonable dangers.

Premises liability cases occur when a property owner fails to maintain a property in a safe condition.  One of the most common injuries that fall under Unsafe Premises examples are slip and falls or trip and falls.  People are harmed daily in buildings, parking lots, commercial areas, public areas and other premises or property.   When these accidents happen victims often feel as if it is their fault, it is not your fault.  Poor maintenance, negligence or failure of the property owners to warn people of danger fall onto the owner of the property.  It is their responsibility.  If you were hurt due to negligence or unsafe conditions, we will always seek the maximum recovery available under the law.

Some common unsafe premises examples are:

•  Slip and falls or trip and falls
•  Building or structure collapse
•  Broken or loose stairs
•  Lack of handrails on stairway

•  Broken glass
•  Fire hazards
•  Equipment malfunctions

If you need help with an unsafe premises case, call or text (229) 420-4104
or contact us online for a free consultation.

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