PREMISIS LIABILITY ATTORNEY IN SAVANNAH GA
Generally the owner or occupier of property owes a legal duty to others who are invited upon the property to exercise ordinary care to keep the premises safe. This duty can change if the person on the property is not invited to be there or if the person is a trespasser. In addition to establishing the proper classification of the injured or deceased person, it must be established that the owner or occupier of the property had knowledge of the unsafe condition and that it was reasonably foreseeable that an injury or death could result from the unsafe condition.
Under Georgia law, you may be precluded from bringing a premises liability case unless very strict circumstances are met. For example, if you are injured in a recreational park there are very specific requirements that may apply to your case. It is important that you seek the legal advice of an experienced premises liability attorney to know your rights.
Zach has successfully represented many clients in a variety of premises liability cases. He was involved in three cases arising from the tragic and deadly explosion at the Imperial Sugar Company explosion in 2008 near Savannah. The litigation of these cases involved intense research and investigation regarding the entities responsible for the alleged unsafe conditions that resulted in the explosion, reviewing millions of pages of documents, and opposing numerous defenses raised by the various entities. Zach’s argument against one of the entities was covered by the Savannah Morning News. The tremendous experience in the Imperial Sugar Company cases has enabled Zach to approach other premises liability cases with a keen awareness of the many complex issues that can be involved. If you have been injured or someone you know has been killed on the property of another person, please reach out to Zach today for a free evaluation of the claim.