Augusta Slip-And-Fall Attorneys

Your Life Should Not Be Affected By A Property Owner's Negligence

Property owners and management companies are required by Georgia law to maintain their properties to code so they are safe for visitors and inhabitants. If you slip and fall or are otherwise injured on a commercial or residential property, you may be eligible for compensation from the property owner or his or her insurance company. Our Augusta lawyers can help you file a claim for your slip-and-fall accident.

The attorneys of Floyd Leopard, LLP, have extensive experience with premises liability cases. We have helped hundreds of injured people obtain compensation for the harm done to them through negligence. Our reputation for compassionate, understanding service and aggressive representation is well known and we are respected by our peers, our community and the insurance adjusters we deal with regularly. We hold those accountable for your injuries accountable for their actions.

Violations Of Safety

Property owners are required to maintain safe premises to avoid injury to others. When they fail in their responsibility and you are hurt, they can be liable for the damage done to you. Slip-and-fall accidents can be caused by a variety of issues, including:

  • Spills
  • Rain water
  • Ice
  • Cracked sidewalks
  • Uneven pavement
  • Potholes

Our lawyers investigate all aspects of your accident, including how long the condition existed prior to your accident. We consult with your doctors to determine the severity of your injuries and how they will affect you in the future. Once we have proven liability and calculated the extent of your injuries, we bring this information to the property owner or management company and its insurance carrier to negotiate for fair and full compensation. If they refuse, we use our skill as trial attorneys to bring your case before a judge and jury.

We Will Hold The Property Owner Accountable For The Harm Done To You

Call us at 800-785-6894 or contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation. You are never charged a fee unless you are compensated for your injuries.