What Is Premises Liability

Premises liability is when a retailer fails to properly maintain, clean or design their property. This can lead to accidents such as slips and falls or being injured by falling debris. For more information call Singleton Law Firm today

Can You Sue For A Slip And Fall Injury

To win a slip and fall personal injury lawsuit, you need to show that the property owner or tenant was negligent, meaning some action they took or failed to take caused the fall. With such trips, time is usually an important component in proving negligence. For example, how long was the hazard there and was […]

What Should I Do After a Slip & Fall Accident?

Ensure that you seek proper medical diagnosis, care, and treatment for any bodily injuries you sustained in a slip and fall accident. Contact us today at (470) 349-8702 to get your case evaluated by our experienced slip and fall accident attorney in Atlanta.

Slip and Fall Accident Attorney

Slip and fall accidents can happen to anyone, anywhere, at any time. They often leave victims with costly bodily injuries. Under Georgia law, a victim of a slip and fall injury may be entitled to receive financial compensation for damages, depending on where and how the accident happened. A slip and fall accident attorney can […]

Atlanta Attorney Helps With Slip and Fall Cases

Many personal injuries are injuries caused by slip fall accidents within both public and private properties like school, office building, shopping centres, etc., injuries incurred from car accidents, and injuries incurred due to defective or harmful products. A personal injury claim makes up a large part of insurance and Singleton Law Firm Atlanta GA, which […]

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