By law, a property owner must always be able to maintain safe conditions for visitors under the concept of premises liability. If a visitor becomes harmed for any reason because the property conditions were unsafe, the fault will lie with the property owner.
This liability requires property owners to be held fiscally responsible for any medical bills the victim may have as a result of an accident that took place on their property. Depending on the type of property that was involved in the accident, the severity of the accident, and the level of neglect on the property owner’s end, liability specifics can vary greatly.
If you think that the injury or harm you sustained on another person’s property was the responsibility of the owner, you should contact one of our Georgia premises liability attorneys right away. We have experience with negotiating settlements with insurance carriers, tenants, and property owners, and we can take your case to court if that fails.