Were you recently injured or assaulted on the premises of an apartment complex, condominium complex, retail store, employment location, public property or another individual's property? If so, you may wish to consult the premises liability attorney team at our law firm, Rowen & Klonoski, P.C. We will evaluate your case for free, and if we proceed with your case, we will make every effort to get you the compensation you need to fully recover from the financial, physical and emotional injuries you sustained.
Premise liability cases in Georgia require considerable legal expertise. Many of premise liability cases never get to a jury. The property owner's attorneys fight to defeat the case on legal grounds by what is called a “motion for summary judgement”. If the defense is successful winning summary judgment, the premise liability case ends before a jury has the opportunity to hear any of the facts that led to the injury or death. The most important step toward acquiring the compensation you or your loved ones deserve lies in overcoming the initial legal hurdles. In jury trials, the judge does not award money, the jury does. If legal arguments and facts are not property established, even the most egregious rape or wrongful death situation could be thrown out before a jury hears the first fact. It is imperative that you immediately retain attorneys who have intimate knowledge of Georgia premise liability law and know how to overcome the legal pitfalls. The Georgia premises liability attorney team at Rowen & Klonoski, P.C. brings 35 years of expertise to the table in both the litigation process and settlement negotiations. Within hours of being contacted, our investigative team is gathering and preserving vital information, such as past bad acts on the property, physical evidence and witness statements. We lock down business records and stop property owners from destroying evidence.
Landowners in Georgia owe their visitors a special duty to maintain their property in such condition as to insure guests and invitees reasonable safety. There are a broad range of legal actions under the heading of “Premises Liability”. We have dealt with them all -- assaults, rapes, murder, accidental death, slip-and-fall, defective structures, poor maintenance, dog attacks, accidental gun discharge, inadequate security, code violations, failure to act on complaints, and fires, explosions and exposure to hazardous chemicals. A claim can be brought in such diverse circumstances as slip and falls in retail stores, injuries sustained in the residence of others who have homeowner's insurance coverage such as failure of decks or other structures attached to a building, as well as a multitude of actions against commercial and residential landowners. A property owner, no matter how big, whether it is an individual, a corporation, or a governmental entity, is liable for injuries for failure to act on complaints, or failure to take reasonable steps to make the property safe for guests and invitees.
If your or your loved one's injury was caused by the failure of a property owner to remove a known hazard, or to maintain good repair, or to address any and all safety concerns with the exercise of ordinary care, you should contact the Georgia premises liability attorney team at Rowen & Klonoski, P.C. at your earliest opportunity. We will sit down with you and analyze the facts of your case, providing you all of your best legal options. We will put our investigative team to work immediately to acquire all the facts necessary to make your case a winning one. Our 35 years of experience in the field of premises liability law, coupled with our dedicated commitment to our clients provides you your best assurance of a full financial recovery. Call us now toll-free at 1-(800)-475-6182 or locally here in Atlanta at (404) 523-2844. Your initial consultation with us is free of charge.