After A Slip-And-Fall Accident, Seek Fair Compensation
Property owners need to minimize hazards that could hurt customers or other visitors. However, some owners choose to ignore unsafe conditions. Anyone who enters the premises, therefore, is at risk of suffering serious injuries.
If you fall while at a store, restaurant, apartment or other property, learn how compensation can allow you to recover as fully as possible. With decades of personal injury experience, the founding lawyer at Law Offices of Derek M. Hays can help you with your premises liability case. Call attorney Derek M. Hays to discuss the accident and your injuries in a free consultation.
Holding Property Owners Accountable For Injuries
Common causes of slip-and-fall accidents and trip-and-fall accidents include:
- Wet floors due to rain, liquid spills or recent mopping
- Icy stairs and walkways, although snow and ice are rare in Georgia and surrounding states
- Uneven ground or cluttered walkways
- Poor lighting in parking lots or dark spaces
The central cause of these accidents is negligence. When a landlord or property owner fails to take adequate safety measures by removing dangers or posting clear warnings, they may be liable for slip-and-fall injuries.
To cover the costs of your medical bills and other damages, you can file a personal injury claim for compensation. If the property owner carries liability insurance, we are ready to take a stand against the insurance company. If not, we can pursue your claim directly with the owner. We will represent your interests above all else.
Speak To A Respected, Compassionate Attorney
Slip-and-fall accidents can cause concussions, spinal cord injuries, internal bleeding and other major injuries. After falling on someone else’s property, seek medical care and professional legal support.
With a main office in the Atlanta metro area, Law Offices of Derek M. Hays has won millions of dollars in total compensation for our clients. We will work hard to get the highest recovery possible for you. For a free consultation, call 404-777-HURT (4878) or email us today. Contact our offices in Lawrenceville or Watkinsville today.