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  • Can a Tenant Sue for Inadequate Security?
    Can a Tenant Sue for Inadequate Security?

    Criminal activity can hit any one of us and often happens when someone least expects it. When you are a victim of a crime that occurs on a property that you are renting, can you hold the property ...

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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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  • Clayton County Shooting at Southwood Apartments Highlights Safety Concerns Throughout Atlanta
    Clayton County Shooting at Southwood Apartments Highlights Safety Concerns Throughout Atlanta

    Police discovered the body of Daveat Morgan while responding to a 11pm 911 call on Monday, February 18. The 22-year-old was shot at Southwood Apartments at 6001 Trammell Road in Clayton County near ...

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  • Murder at Pine Estates Apartment Homes Raises Questions About Property Management
    Murder at Pine Estates Apartment Homes Raises Questions About Property Management

    An unknown assailant fatally shot a resident of the Pine Estates Apartment Homes in Riverdale, Georgia around 6 AM on February 4, 2019. A witness saw the shooter speed away in a black BMW and found ...

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  • What is an Attractive Nuisance?
    What is an Attractive Nuisance?

    If you have children, you are well aware of their curious and exploratory nature. Unfortunately, this predisposition for exploration and discovery can get them into quite a bit of trouble, especially ...

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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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