Maximizing Financial Compensation in Premises Liability Cases Throughout Georgia
Do you feel safe when you go shopping, visit a restaurant, or stay at a hotel? Most of us do. We probably wouldn’t patronize those establishments if we didn’t. But are you really as safe as you think?
Unfortunately, property owners don’t always take the precautions necessary to protect us from harm. Even major retailers and trusted brands occasionally fall short.
The experienced Georgia negligent security lawyers at T. Madden & Associates, P.C. have taken action against negligent business operations all throughout The Peach State.
In particular, we help injured victims recover monetary compensation after a security violation or a property-related injury.
Georgia’s state laws are very clear: Property owners must take reasonable efforts to protect you from any foreseeable harm on their premises. In fact, most property owners are subject to a series of serious legal duties under Georgia’s premises liability laws. When they fail to meet those duties, they become liable for the damages that follow.
There’s a lot to know about this area of law, so we’ve designed this page to address some of the most common questions. You should know, though, that every case is unique – and the law can apply differently to different sets of facts.
The best way to find out if you’re entitled to financial compensation is to simply contact our office and schedule a free consultation with one of our Georgia negligent security lawyers. There’s no charge or obligation, so it’s a risk-free opportunity to get answers to your questions.
We’ve helped many people recover compensation after a commercial property owner let them down.
You don’t deserve to suffer or pay out of pocket for injuries that someone else was supposed to prevent. Don’t let them saddle their responsibilities on your wallet. Don’t let their insurance companies bully you, either.
Trust us – if you let the defendants or their insurers pay you less than you deserve, they’ll leap at the opportunity. That’s why it is always a good idea to talk to a lawyer before you talk to the insurance company’s adjusters.
Get the legal guidance that you deserve. Contact the experienced Georgia negligent security lawyers at T. Madden & Associates, P.C. today.
Common Examples of Negligent Security in Georgia
There is no one-size-fits-all definition of what constitutes negligent security in Georgia. Some of the most common cases, however, involve:
- Inadequate lighting in a parking lot or alleyway
- Broken locks, doors, or electronic entry systems
- Defective window latches
- Malfunctioning security systems
- Lack of working security cameras
- Negligent conduct by security staff / lack of security staff
- Inadequate security signage
- Failure to address known security problems
- Allowing dangerous people, animals, or hazards to enter or remain on the property
If the problems on this list don’t match your situation, that doesn’t mean that we can’t help you. There are many ways in which property owners can violate their duty to keep you safe. If you believe that you might be entitled to compensation, we invite you to contact our Georgia negligent security lawyers as soon as possible.
Which Types of Property Owners Can I Sue for Negligent Security?
Georgia’s premises liability laws apply to most property owners. While every case is different, the general rule is that people injured as a result of a security lapse or a dangerous property condition can recover financially for their related losses and suffering.
Our Georgia negligent security lawyers can help you take action against:
- Amusement parks
- Office buildings
- Movie theaters
- Retail stores
- Shopping malls
- Grocery stores
- Parking garage owners
- Government facilities / organizations
- Condominium or apartment complexes
- Landlords / rental house owners
- Private or residential property owners
- Private security companies
- Much more
Talk to Our Negligent Security Lawyers Today
Your money matters to you. At T. Madden & Associates, P.C., we’re looking out for you and your wallet.
We will fight hard to get you the largest possible amount of compensation. And here’s the best part: You won’t have to pay us unless (and until) we get you money.
To contact our Atlanta premises liability attorneys, call 770-756-9311.
To contact our Augusta premises liability attorneys, call 706-524-7784.
If you live somewhere else in Georgia (or were injured while visiting the state), please feel free to call either number. We’re also available in our offices, or you can simply contact us online. Don’t delay.