Property Owners Have A Duty To Maintain Safety
Property owners in Georgia and Tennessee have a legal responsibility to ensure their properties are designed, built and maintained in a manner that provides a reasonable amount of safety for visitors, customers and workers on their property.
If you were injured in an accident that you believe was the result of an unsafe design or construction defect, or because of an unsafe condition on a property in northwestern Georgia or southeastern Tennessee, talk to an attorney at McCamy, Phillips, Tuggle & Fordham, LLP, in Dalton. We are the region’s pre-eminent personal injury litigation firms and have been protecting the rights of victims of property owner negligence since 1932.
Before you talk to the property owner’s insurance adjuster, it pays to learn about your rights. We offer a free consultation to evaluate the circumstances of your accident and injuries. Even if you don’t hire us to represent you, we will explain your rights and your options for obtaining a full and fair settlement.
Property Owners Often Have The Upper Hand
Slip-and-fall injury claims are difficult to win because the insurance companies know that the law is often on the side of the property owner. Unless the evidence points to clear and obvious negligence or misconduct on the part of the property owner, insurance adjusters are not likely to offer a fair settlement. We work with independent professionals, when necessary, to investigate and prepare the strongest case possible for maximum compensation.
We have experience helping plaintiffs recover compensation for many types of slip-and-fall and premises liability injuries, including:
- Serious dog bite injuries
- Injuries from assault and negligent security accidents
- Swimming pool accidents like diving board injuries
- Parking lot and parking ramp injuries
- Retail business slip-and-fall injuries and falling products
- Hotel and motel injuries
Contact Our Experienced Calhoun Slip-and-Fall Lawyers
From our offices in Dalton, we provide legal counsel and representation to clients throughout northwestern Georgia and southeastern Tennessee. Call us at 706-508-4292 or contact us by email to arrange a consultation with one of our experienced premises liability lawyers today.