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  • Atlanta Woman Sues Nightclub After Inadequate Security and Sexual Assault
    Atlanta Woman Sues Nightclub After Inadequate Security and Sexual Assault

    A woman recently spoke at a news conference after becoming a victim of sexual assault at a popular nightclub in the Midtown area. Jasmine Eiland’s face was full of tears as she gave details of the ...

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  • Can I Sue a Business for a Slip and Fall Injury?
    Can I Sue a Business for a Slip and Fall Injury?

    Businesses, such as retail stores, have a duty to keep their customers safe when they visit their premises. If they fail to do so and a customer is consequently injured, the customer could file a ...

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  • What is Premises Liability?
    What is Premises Liability?

    Premises liability falls under the umbrella of personal injury law and covers injuries that occur on another person or entity’s property due to defective or unsafe conditions. To win these types of ...

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  • What is an Inadequate Security Lawsuit?
    What is an Inadequate Security Lawsuit?

    Generally, when a person sustains injuries on someone else’s property due to the criminal acts of another party as a result of inadequate security, this falls under premises liability law and the ...

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  • The Most Common Causes of Catastrophic Injuries
    The Most Common Causes of Catastrophic Injuries

    Sustaining any kind of injury is generally a traumatic and overwhelming experience, especially once the medical bills start to pile up. Catastrophic injuries fall under the umbrella of personal ...

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  • Accidents that Commonly Lead to Catastrophic Burn Injuries
    Accidents that Commonly Lead to Catastrophic Burn Injuries

    Every year, over 486,000 burn injuries are sustained, making them an incredibly common occurrence. Additionally, many of these incidents are avoidable and the result of someone else’s negligence. Even ...

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