Atlanta Premises Liability Attorney
Injured on Someone Else's Property in Sandy Springs?
For more than two decades, Douglas F. Kaleita, P.C. has been successfully
representing clients in all kinds of premises liability cases in North
Georgia. Our firm understands the detailed processes associated with premises
liability claims, and how to be successful in filing for compensation.
You may have a case, if you were injured at one of the following locations:
- Grocery Store
- Amusement Park
- Sports Venue
- Personal Residence
Our firm can work with you closely to determine whether or not negligence,
neglect, carelessness or blatant disregard for public safety lead up to
your accident and injuries. While we do not believe we have to get into
a fight in order to protect your interests and get you the compensation
you deserve, our firm is committed to providing clients with the most
effective representation possible.
We are known for the millions we have recovered on behalf of our clients,
much of which was achieved by settling cases out of court. In instances
where litigation may be required, we are always prepared to fight hard
if this will best protect their interests.
Grounds for Premises Liability Cases
There are many types of accidents that can be categorized as premises liability cases:
- Slip & fall accidents
- Animal attacks
- Accidental drowning
- Daycare or nursing home negligence
- Lack of adequate security
Essentially any accident that occurs on a public, privately owned, commercial,
or government property that is the result of a failure of the owner to
take proper measures to keep their property safe, is potentially a premises
liability case. If you or a loved one has sustained injuries on someone
else's property, do not hesitate speak to us to find out if you are
eligible for compensation.
You Only Pay If We Win
With contingency fees, you only pay our firm
if we successfully recover on your behalf.
Need an attorney for a premises liability case in Atlanta?
During this past summer, there were 33 drowning accidents reported on Georgia
waters. That is all in addition to the 96 boating accidents and 9 boating-related
fatalities. While many circumstances could have precipitated these drowning
incidents, if there was owner neglect, lack of signage, or lack of proper
warnings, the property owners or organization responsible for the areas
where the drowning occurred could be held legally accountable and required
to pay damages to the victims.
Other examples of hazardous conditions include:
- Uneven payments
- Wet floors
- Broken escalators or stairs
- Improperly secured items
- Lack of security
- Security measures not in place
- Lack of proper supervision
- Poor lighting
- Lack of proper signage
If you have sustained injuries in due to unsafe conditions in a public
or private venue, you have the right to seek compensation for medical
expenses, damages, lost wages, as well as emotional pain.