HAVE YOU BEEN INJURED ON SOMEONE’S PREMISES OR HAS SOMEONE BEEN INJURED ON YOURS?
What is Premises Liability
Premises liability law is a legal principle that holds property owners and occupiers responsible for injuries that occur on their property.
Premises liability law applies to many dangerous scenarios, like night club shootings, assaults, rape, slip and fall accidents, or injuries caused by security guards.
The laws for premises liability can be complicated, and there are a number of factors that can influence a property owner’s liability. If you were injured due to the actions or inaction of another to keep their property safe, put our 50+ years of experience to work for you to receive the compensation you deserve.
Expert Defense of Premises Liability Claims Against Owners
Thomas Kennedy has literally handled hundreds of claims brought by persons injured while on the premises of another. The lawyers at Thomas Kennedy have considerable experience in defending wrongful death actions resulting from third-party criminal activity on all types of property, including apartment complexes and transportation facilities.
Our lawyers have also defended numerous cases in which parties have been injured by fire while on the premises of another, as well as cases involving lead poisoning. We have also successfully defended hundreds of slip-and-fall cases, many resulting in summary judgment.
Notable Case: 2005 Fulton County Courthouse Shooting
Thomas Kennedy was involved in the defense of 8 lawsuits, including 4 wrongful death matters, arising from the tragic events of March 11, 2005, at the Fulton County, Georgia Courthouse, that caught national attention when a sitting judge, a court reporter, a sheriff’s deputy, and an ATF agent were killed.