As I have stated in my website about Premises Liability, Premises Liability is not just limited to Slip and Fall Cases and can often apply to cases in which there was Inadequate Security when the property owner or manager knew or should have known about the dangers of the property and did not make the property safe for its guests or invitees.
Continue reading The Parents of their Slain Cobb County, Georgia Daughter who was Attending Auburn University seek $ 1 Million Dollars For Inadequate Security on Campus
As I have discussed on my website, Premises Liability is the duty of the owner or occupier of land or property to keep its premises safe for guests or visitors and, in some cases, even trespassers. Many times when we think of Premises Liability, Slip and Fall cases come to mind.
Continue reading A Different Kind of Premises Liability Case as a Woman Sues a Hotel in East Cobb for Dangerous Bed Bug Bites
In August of 2010, Kelly Rorro, a young mother at age 22 and 8 months pregnant with her second child, was shopping at a Wal-Mart in Hinesville, GA when she Slipped and Fell hard on a greasy substance on the floor, injuring her back .
Continue reading A Jury in Georgia sides with the Plaintiff against Wal-Mart by Awarding $ 1.3 Million in a Premises Liability Case
Mr. Jeffrey Howard Todd, age 27, was in town for a job interview and staying at a Motel 6 when two men, Jimmy Teemer, age 17, and Lyndon B. Johnson, Jr., now age 23, entered Mr. Todd’s room with a gun attempting to rob Mr. Todd. Mr. Todd was also armed and gunfire was exchanged with one of the two men whereby Mr. Todd and Mr. Teemer died at the scene.
Continue reading A Jury in Atlanta, Georgia award $ 5.1M to the Parents of a Young Man who was Killed at a Motel 6
The Georgia Supreme Court has upheld a Jury verdict for a family for a total of $ 2,790,000 for a Slip and Fall at a Kroger Grocery Store in Georgia. The woman who fell recovered $ 2,640,000 for injuries she sustained when she fell at a Kroger Grocery Store while she was walking on her way to the check out isle and walking through the floral area, when she fell on a liquid substance on the floor.
Continue reading Family in Georgia Recovers a Total of $ 2,790,000 for a Slip and Fall at Kroger Grocery Store
Recently, in DeKalb County, Georgia a Jury awarded a woman $840K for an injury that she suffered after tripping over a parking lot hump in a condominium parking lot. The woman did not live there and was visiting when she parked in her friend’s spot, tripped over a parking lot pipe hump and injured her left elbow. She was left handed and never fully recovered.
Continue reading Jury in Georgia awards Plaintiff $ 840K in Premises Liability Case for Parking Lot Injury
A woman broke her ankle at the Georgia Dome when she was directed by a security guard to a shorter line and then fell over a barricade. She recovered over $ 200,000.00 in damages, and was held partially responsible in the incident since she had been drinking. The law that governs these types of cases in Georgia is called Premises Liability. Similarly, these same Premises Liability laws apply in Canton, GA to retailers for shoppers in their stores.
Continue reading Premises Liability at the GA Dome: The Premises Liability Law also applies in Canton, GA