Augusta Premises Liability Attorneys

Holding Negligent Property Owners Accountable

Most slip-and-fall accidents and the resulting legal claims fall into a legal area called premises liability. Property owners are responsible for keeping their premises safe for visitors. When someone slips, falls and gets hurt on a residential or commercial property due to a spill or another form of neglect, the property owner is considered liable.

Slip-and-Fall Accidents in Stores

At The Hawk Law Group, we often see premises liability cases arising from slip-and-fall accidents that occur in supermarkets and other retail stores. We know how a broken bone, a back injury or a head injury can completely disrupt a person's life, and we are dedicated to helping injury victims recover the maximum compensation available. Falls are commonly caused by:

  • Failure to remedy spills or fallen merchandise
  • Distractions that put customers in danger
  • Dangerous optical illusions
  • Negligent safety inspections

Many stores are understaffed and fail to clean up dangerous spills and merchandise in a timely manner. If you or someone you care about suffered a slip-and-fall injury in retail or department store, you should know that the store will do everything possible to deny responsibility and claim that the injured customer was at fault. Contact an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible.

Swimming pools are also a common place where slip-and-fall accidents occur. At The Hawk Law Group, we have significant experience helping clients who have suffered injuries at swimming pools, including those who have fallen from above-ground swimming pool ladders.

Contact Us - Georgia Slip-and-Fall Accident Lawyers

Our attorneys have had tremendous success in slip-and-fall cases, and we have significant experience fighting defenses raised by stores, property owners and others. For the highest level of care, respect and attention, and the results you deserve, contact The Hawk Law Group. Call 800-392-5456 for a free consultation with an experienced Augusta premises liability lawyer, or contact us online and we will be in touch with you shortly.