Macon, Georgia Watch Your Step: Safety on Icy Sidewalks and Stairs Lawyer

Watch Your Step: Safety on Icy Sidewalks and Stairs

Here in Georgia, we may not see the accumulations of snow that they get up North, but we certainly have to deal with the cold temperatures that are responsible for turning precipitation into ice. Slick, icy conditions turn roads treacherous and cause countless motor vehicle accidents every winter. But it’s not just drivers that need to be careful. Anyone walking outside is in danger of slipping and falling, which can result in serious injuries such as muscle strains, fractures, and concussions. From sidewalks to steps, walkways to parking lots, it’s important to exercise caution when the temperature drops. Ice can lurk under snow, and pavement that looks dark or wet may be covered in black ice. This virtually invisible hazard forms in t[...]...

Macon, Georgia Slip & Fall Accidents: The Difference between Negligence & Carelessness Lawyer

Slip & Fall Accidents: The Difference between Negligence & Carelessness

Slip and fall accidents are responsible for sending over one million people to emergency rooms every year, according the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) – resulting in steep medical costs, lost income and physical pain and suffering.  When the accident happened on someone else’s property and liability is an issue, how can you determine whether an owner was truly negligent if they claim you were being careless? Playing the He Said / She Said Game Whenever a premises liability accident occurs, you’re likely to get into a he said / she game over how the accident occurred – especially when insurance companies are involved.  In fact, many insurance companies will attempt to invoke what’s called the “open and obvious doctri[...]...


Do I Need an Attorney to Bring a Premises Liability Lawsuit?

An Attorney Can Help Win Compensation

Property owners and managers are responsible for keeping their premises safe and in the condition that does not pose a risk of injury, illness, or death to others. If a property is not correctly maintained, or ...