Handling Slip-And-Fall Injury Cases

Property owners are responsible for warning visitors and occupants about dangerous conditions. When a dangerous condition — such as a broken sidewalk, slippery floor, wet floor or icy sidewalk — is left unmaintained and without any warning signs, visitors can slip and fall and suffer injuries as a result. At Cromartie Law, our lawyer and staff are dedicated to representing people who have been injured by the negligence of property owners.

Were you injured in a slip-and-fall accident because of water on floor, a broken staircase or other poorly maintained condition? Call our personal injury firm at 706-622-4853 or 866-752-9643 to schedule your free consultation.

Types Of Slip-And-Fall Cases

Slip-and-fall accidents can lead to serious injuries. In very serious cases, particularly where elderly people are concerned, these accidents can result in fatalities. Falling objects can also cause injury at retail shops when merchandise has been stacked too high or placed improperly.

Attorney Cromartie represents people who are injured in slip-and-fall accidents on various types of premises such as:

  • Apartment buildings
  • Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Fast food establishments
  • Retail establishments
  • Sidewalks
  • Parking lots

We also handle other kinds of premises liability cases, including swimming pool accidents and drownings.

Understanding Georgia's Slip-And-Fall Law

In Georgia, a property owner is not necessarily liable for damages when a person slips and falls on that property; they are only responsible if the slip-and-fall was caused by their negligence or their failure to fix the problem. They are responsible only if they knew about or should have known about the problem, or if they had a chance to repair the problem or warn people about it and failed to do so.

Our firm understands you may have questions about your slip-and-fall accident, and we are here to answer those questions.

Contact us to schedule your free consultation: 706-622-4853 or 866-752-9643. We handle most personal injury cases on a contingency-fee basis, which means you will owe no legal fee unless we obtain compensation for you.

Our firm is located at the corner of Broad Street and Fourth Avenue in front of the Floyd County Courthouse and Forum in downtown Rome. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m., with off-site, evening and weekend appointments available.