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Atlanta Premises Liability Attorney

Hold Negligent Property Owners Accountable

Have you been injured on someone else's property? At the Law Office of Tanya F. Miller, LLC, we can help you determine whether or not the owner is liable for your damages, and relentlessly pursue justice on your behalf. In Georgia, property owners are responsible to properly maintain their premises in a manner that is safe for visitors, and does not willfully or negligently cause injury. Attorney Tanya Miller can use her experience as a former prosecuting attorney to ensure that negligent owners are held responsible for the damages that you have suffered on their account.

Understanding Premises Liability Law in Georgia

It is important to note that even if you were injured on someone else's property, this does not always automatically mean that you have a valid claim for premises liability. When you bring your claim to the Law Office of Tanya F. Miller, we can take the time to fully analyze the circumstances of your accident to determine whether or not you are eligible to seek compensation.

One of the following elements must exist for a property owner to be considered liable:

  • The owner was unaware of a hazardous condition, but should have reasonably known that it existed through proper maintenance and inspection practices
  • The owner was aware of a hazardous condition, and failed to take reasonable measures to repair the danger, or warn visitors against it

Some of the most common premises liability claims involve slip and falls, negligent security, dog bites, swimming pool accidents, and fire and burn claims. If you have sustained an injury in an accident caused by the inadequate maintenance of a property, our Atlanta personal injury attorney can help you pursue the financial compensation that you need and deserve.

Premises Liability for Crime Victims

Property owners, especially of business or public premises, have a responsibility to ensure that their property is adequately secured so as to discourage criminal activity. Businesses have a duty to provide reasonable means of preventing criminal action, including employing a guard and ensuring the area is well-lit and adequately gated. If the failure to do so leads to a criminal assault, the victim can pursue a premises liability claim on the grounds of negligent security.

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Attorney Tanya Miller has a decade of legal experience pursuing justice for clients throughout Atlanta. She has established a reputation for her ability to provide professional legal services founded on integrity and empathy. When you come to our Atlanta premises liability lawyer, you can feel confident knowing that your case is in good hands.

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