Were you injured on someone else's property?

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These cases can involve things like slip and fall accidents, negligent security, or poor maintenance.

Personal injuries are actually pretty common when it comes to accidents in public places. For example, you could get injured at the grocery store or another business due to lack of supervision, faulty equipment, and so on. There are several reasons why you could get injured on someone else's property, resulting in a local liability lawsuit.

If an unsafe place seriously injured you or a loved one due to negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. Just because your case seems complicated doesn't mean it's hopeless. Call the Ghosheh Law Firm so we can evaluate your case and figure out your path moving forward.

Slip and fall due to an owner's negligence?

Slip and fall accidents can cause life-altering injuries. Suppose a slip and fall was the result of unsafe conditions on the premises. In that case, the Ghosheh Law Firm can file a property liability case seeking full compensation for all damages, from financial to emotional.

Some common causes of slip and fall accidents are:

Landlords and tenants have a "duty of care," which means they have a legal obligation to keep their properties in a safe condition. They must inspect and maintain your facilities and resolve/repair any dangerous conditions that may cause injury to others or warn of hazards on the way.

The most common personal injuries in Atlanta originate from accidents outside the home.

You could be injured at someone else's property for many reasons. These include slip and fall accidents, negligent security, poor maintenance.

If you or a loved one was seriously injured by an unsafe place due to a landlord's negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. If another lawyer has already told you that you don't have a good case, don't hesitate to call us, at Ghosheh Law we can do something for you. We will fight for your rights and hold the owners accountable.

Attorney Ghosheh is not going to give up easily; your case is important. We can help you determine and hold the owner accountable for the injuries you suffered.


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