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  • What Does Municipal Liability Mean?
    What Does Municipal Liability Mean?

    Liability for Injuries in Public Places Depending on the circumstances, a city or town can be held liable for an injury. In the same way a store owner can be held responsible for the financial ...

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  • Law of Attractive Nuisances
    Law of Attractive Nuisances

    Everyone understands that children are curious about the world around them. We also know that young kids are not capable of making logical and sound decisions about what is considered safe and what is ...

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  • 3 Things to Be Aware of Before Hosting a Pool Party at Your Home
    3 Things to Be Aware of Before Hosting a Pool Party at Your Home

    The hottest months of the year are arriving quickly this year. Because the weather is getting warmer, people are considering going outside and taking a swim for the first time in months. Some are even ...

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  • 3 Reasons to Hire a Lawyer After a Premises Liability Accident
    3 Reasons to Hire a Lawyer After a Premises Liability Accident

    Most people have experienced small accidents on other people’s property, such as a stubbed toe or stumbling over a cardboard box. These incidents are harmless, and most people forget about them and ...

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  • Who Is Liable for a Slip and Fall Accident?
    Who Is Liable for a Slip and Fall Accident?

    If you have slipped and fallen down, resulting in an injury, this type of personal injury accident is categorized as a premises liability case. In such cases, there are some basic elements that must ...

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  • Georgia Court of Appeals Decision Extends Period of Time for Crime Victims to File Personal Injury Claims
    Georgia Court of Appeals Decision Extends Period of Time for Crime Victims to File Personal Injury Claims

    Georgia law holds property owners responsible for keeping safe premises for tenants and their invited guests. A property owner may be liable for criminal acts that take place on their premises if he ...

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