If you have suffered an injury due to the negligence of a property owner you may be entitled to compensation under Georgia law.
The Cooper Firm understands premises liability cases and can help you with issues such as responsibility of ownership, negligence, and determining the cause of your injuries.
Brain Injury/Premises Liability Case:
Our client was car jacked in the early morning hours at the Riverdale Wal-Mart. The perpetrator shot her in the back and got into her car. As a result of the shooting, our client suffered serious and permanent injuries. After a week of trial, the jury found that Wal-Mart was responsible for our client’s injuries because it failed to provide adequate security in the parking lot.
Our client sustained a severe and permanent injury to her lower leg after she tripped and fell in a concealed hole at a local cemetery.
Wrongful Death/Premises Liability:
Our clients’ son was a baseball player at a Cherokee County high school. At an unauthorized practice, the baseball coach asked the players to move some lockers. Neither the coach nor any other adult-supervised the players. While transporting the lockers, our clients’ son fell from a truck and suffered a fatal head injury. The school district claimed immunity from suit, but the firm uncovered facts supporting a claim that the district had waived its immunity. The defendants ultimately agreed to pay the family $675,000.
Schedule your initial consultation today online or call our firm at 770-427-5588. All cases are accepted on a contingent fee basis, meaning there are no attorney fees unless we recover damages on your behalf.