College Park, GA

Slip & Fall Lawyers

Slip & Fall Lawyers in College Park, GA

When facing an injury due to a slip or fall accident, Lamar Law Office will be there to guide and represent clients within the premise of liability law. Our office’s experienced attorneys bring relief to those in the area of College Park, GA who have been involved in a slip and fall incident by providing Legalcare™. We go beyond what is expected, and offer More Than Legal Service… We Care. Contact Lamar Law Office today for a free consultation to determine if your claim can be pursued in College Park. We will lay out all legal options for your specific circumstance, and work through any questions you may have to determine which process is best for you.

 

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What to Expect

During the process of your consultation, you will be assigned one of our dedicated attorneys who will work to gather any evidence that will help prove your case of any fault. Your case manager will keep you updated of any new discoveries and our Lamar Law Office staff will take on all necessary communication with third parties on your behalf. This includes the at-fault party, insurance companies, or opposing attorneys. Our slip and fall lawyers in College Park will work their best to settle your claim outside of the court, but if circumstances push the claim to that point, we are more than prepared to represent our clients in trial to fight for the fairest form of compensation. Our office works to fight for the best relief for our clients, whether it is financial compensation, emotional relief, or covering any costs of physical injuries.

 

Examples of Slip & Fall Law in Georgia

Recreational Property Owners

Recreational Property Owners

Georgia §51-3-20

This article aims to encourage property owners of recreational spaces to make their property available to the general public. Visitors of the property are essentially given more liability for their injury and the property owner is given less liability for the visitor’s injury. The idea is to limit liability for owners of recreational property (especially publicly-owned, tax-paid spaces such as sidewalks and highway rest stops) compared to commercial property owners.

Duty of Property Owners

Duty of Property Owners

Georgia § 51-3-1

This section of the chapter compels property owners who have invited (implied or direct) visitors to their property to be responsible for coverage of damages in the event the visitor is injured on the property. This encourages property owners to take care that their property is in safe condition. This generally applies to all invitees, including business visitors, social guests, and customers at a store. This code is partially why so many slip and fall cases have merit today.

College Park Slip & Fall Lawyers that Care

Lamar Law Office has recovered more than $8,000,000 in compensation and recovery for our clients. We strive to promote excellence while maintaining our integrity and ethical practices. This is apparent by our perfect 5 star reputation on Google. Our committment to ensuring that our clients are satisfied with our customer service has earned us this reputation. We are here to stand with you 100% of the case, whether we settle your case for what you deserve or need to go to trial. We provide contigency legal representation, meaning we only get paid for our legal services when our client receives their compensation.*

*Disclaimer: “We only get paid for our legal services when our client receives their compensation” refers only to fees charged by the attorney. Court costs and other additional expenses of legal action usually must be paid by the client. Contingent fees are not permitted in all types of cases.

Frequently Asked Questions

Slip and fall accidents can occur anywhere. However, they are most common in places such as grocery stores, restaurants, and public pools. They can also occur on icy or wet sidewalks or entryways, in poorly lit areas, and places with uneven flooring.

The knees, hips, back, and shoulders are the most commonly injured body parts in a slip and fall accident. When a person falls, these are the parts of the body that are most vulnerable to injury.

Hiring a lawyer for a slip and fall case can increase the chances of recovering compensation for your injuries. Our experienced lawyers and staff will know how to investigate the accident, gather evidence, and negotiate with the insurance company to get the best possible outcome for your case.

You may be able to recover compensation for your injuries if you were injured in a slip and fall accident. Contact our injury attorneys and staff at Lamar Law Office to schedule a free consultation for your claim. We can help you determine if you have a case that can be pursued in Georgia.

In Georgia, the statute of limitations for most personal injury cases, including slip and fall cases, is two years from the date of the accident. This means that you have two years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit.