Premises Liability/Sexual Assault
In Georgia, property owners have a legal obligation to keep their premises safe. This includes repairing defects that they know or should know about, and cleaning up things like spilled liquids, food, and other materials. This obligation also includes the landowner’s duty to take steps to make their property safe when they have reason to expect that crimes are or have taken place on their premises. These crimes include robberies, burglaries, sexual assaults, shootings, and murders. The owner or landlord may be obligated to pay monetary damages to victims of crimes on their property.
If you have been the victim of a criminal assault on someone’s property, please contact us at 404-260-6330 or email@example.com. We have over 45 years of collective experience in litigating premises liability cases, including tragic assaults, rapes, and wrongful death. We provide aggressive, skillful, yet compassionate representation to people and families who have been devastated under these circumstances.