The Bader Scott Injury Lawyers team can discuss your injury case with you today for free if you were hurt on someone else’s property in Mableton or elsewhere in Cobb County, GA. You may be eligible to file a claim or sue the property owner and seek compensation.
A Mableton premises liability lawyer from Bader Scott Injury Lawyers represents injured parties, helping them recover their related expenses and losses.
Can we help you secure financial recovery based on the details of your premises liability case? Let us assess your case for free today to find out.
Recoverable Damages after a Mableton Premises Liability Injury
You may be able to get compensation for the damages you suffered by holding the property owner or another liable party accountable. If we work together, a premises liability attorney from Bader Scott Injury Lawyers can prepare and file a claim or civil lawsuit on your behalf.
The recoverable damages in your case will depend on your specific expenses and losses, as well as other facts of your case. They could include:
- Current medical expenses
- Future care costs and treatment expenses
- Lost wages and other income
- Diminished ability to earn income
- Property damages
- Pain and suffering related to your injuries
- Mental anguish
- Other economic and non-economic losses
We also represent families in wrongful death actions after fatal premises liability accidents.
For a free legal consultation with a premises liability lawyer serving Mableton, call (404) 888-8888
How Bader Scott Injury Lawyers Will Pursue the Compensation You Need
A Mableton premises liability lawyer from Bader Scott Injury Lawyers may be able to represent your best interests throughout the claims process, seeking a payout that is just and fair. We know what it takes to prove a premises liability claim and how to demonstrate your related expenses and losses.
Our team always helps our clients based on contingency fees. At Bader Scott Injury Lawyers, our attorneys do not get paid unless we are successful in securing a settlement agreement or winning a court award. If we work together, we will never ask you to pay anything for your consultation and nothing upfront for our services.
Our fees come from the financial recovery we secure for you and your family.
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What is a Premises Liability Accident, and Who is Liable?
Premises liability accidents occur in many different ways. They all involve negligence on the part of the liable party. If there was a hazard on another party’s property that they knew or should have known about, you could have a valid case.
Some common reasons why people suffer injuries while visiting other parties’ properties include:
- Slips and falls, trips and falls, and falls from elevated areas
- Pool and drowning accidents
- Low light injuries
- Dog bite incidents
- Lack of security incidents
An accident on almost any type of property can support a personal injury claim. This could include:
- Someone else’s home
- Other businesses
- Movie theaters, clubs, and bars
- Arenas and stadiums
- Parking lots
Identifying the Liable Party in a Premises Liability Case
In most cases, the landowner is responsible for keeping their property free from unreasonable hazards. This makes them the liable party after an injury occurs. However, there are sometimes other parties who are liable.
One common example of this is when someone leases the property from the owner and runs a business on that property. Imagine you fell at a local restaurant in Mableton. The restaurant owner might be liable for your fall and injuries despite the property belonging to someone who leased it to the restaurant.
Our team will identify the liable party or parties as a part of building a claim for compensation.
Duty of Care Owed in an Accident Case
In general, if you are on the property legally, the landowner or party tasked with maintaining a safe environment is liable for any injuries that occur. This includes invitees such as guests and customers under OCGA §51-3-1 and licensees under OCGA §51-3-2.
Trespassers are generally not covered by Georgia’s premises liability laws, although there are exceptions to OCGA §51-3-3.
When Should I Call a Mableton Premises Liability Firm about My Case?
Contact our team as early as possible following your injuries. The sooner we can go to work investigating a case, the more evidence we may be able to uncover. We need to canvass for eyewitnesses, survey the scene, and take other steps to identify and document the hazard that led to your injuries.
Enlisting our help quickly to support building a strong case is not the only reason why we encourage you to call us as soon as you can. Generally, victims must sue landowners within two years of their injuries under OCGA §9-3-33.
However, there are reasons why you would need to act much sooner. One example is if your injuries occurred on municipal property or in a building managed by a government agency. We can help you understand the deadlines in your case during your free consultation.
A Mableton premises liability lawyer from Bader Scott Injury Lawyers may be able to recover a settlement or trial verdict for you based on the facts of your case. We may be able to gather strong support for your allegations and show that the property owner or occupier was responsible for your injuries.
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Speak to Our Premises Liability Team Today about Your Case
Let the team from Bader Scott Injury Lawyers evaluate your case today at no cost to you. We provide free case consultations to those injured because of landowner negligence in Cobb County.
Call (404) 888-8888 now to connect with our team and learn more about your case and legal options for recovery.