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Atlanta Slip and Fall Attorney


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“Slip and fall” is the legal term used to refer to personal injury cases that arise when a person slips and falls as a result of a dangerous condition on someone else's property. Property owners have a duty to maintain their premises in a safe condition, free of hazards to patrons and guests. In legal terms, this is known as premises liability. Slip and fall cases stem from a variety of different types of hazards, including:

  • Carpeting that is in disrepair
  • Flooring that is not level
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Wet or slippery floor
  • Rain, ice, or snow that is not cleared within a reasonable time after a storm
  • Unmarked wells or holes in the ground
  • Sidewalks that are uneven or have hidden gaps

Slip and fall cases are litigated under the legal theory of negligence. The Atlanta injury attorneys at Leigh R. Bodner, P.C. must prove the property owner negligently created the hazardous condition or knew (or should have known) about the hazard and failed to have it removed or repaired. If you have been injured in a slip and fall accident, contact an experienced Atlanta injury attorney at 404-262-3343 to discuss your legal options.

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If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident, contact an experienced Atlanta car accident lawyer at (404) 262-3343 for a free consultation regarding your case. Mr. Bodner handles all types of auto accident cases in Alpharetta, Atlanta, Austelle, Chamblee, College Park, Conyers, Decatur, Doraville, Duluth, Dunwoody, East Point, Hapeville, Marietta, Milton, Norcross, Riverdale, Rockdale, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Stockbridge, and throughout Gwinett County, Dekalb County, Cobb County, Clayton County, and Fulton County. Our Atlanta car accident lawyers will not charge a fee unless you receive a favorable verdict or settlement in your case.