In order to have grounds for a slip and fall claim, you also will need to demonstrate that a hazardous condition existed and that the owner was at fault. However, it is not enough to show a hazardous condition was present. You must also be able to prove that it was either intentionally caused by the owner or the owner should have known about it and taken measures to correct it.

Additionally, you will have to show that your injuries were directly caused by the property owner’s negligence and not something you did. For instance, if you slipped and fell, but you were texting at the time you were walking, this might indicate you were, at the very least, partially responsible.

Slip and fall cases in Georgia are complex and require adequate evidence. Even if you reside in Villa Rica, a slip and fall lawyer from Tyrone, can be contacted for help at 1-404-474-0804. A lawyer who handles Georgia premises liability cases will have the knowledge necessary to fight for your claim.  

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Jason R. Schultz
Helping Georgia area residents with car accident, medical malpractice, and personal injury claims since 1991.