Premises Liability Attorney
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Injured on Private or Public Property?
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Georgia state and municipal governments, as well as private property and business owners, have a responsibility to make certain that no undue danger is offered by their property to the physical well-being of anyone entering that property.
If on a private property or public property, due to a hazardous condition you should be injured, you may be able to seek compensation and a settlement for those personal injuries through a personal injury claim, commonly known as premises liability lawsuits.
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You should seek legal aid before making any settlement with an insurance company or responsible party, because premises liability lawsuits can be very complicated. The risk of accepting a settlement without consulting independent legal advice is that the settlement will not be able to meet all the needs you have after your accident causing personal injury.
Did you know?
A premises liability case occurs when a property owner fails to maintain property or warn visitors of potential dangers. Schedule a free lawyer consultation with our law firm to determine if you are eligible for compensation.
How long will my personal injury case take?
There is no simple answer to the length of a personal injury case. The process may be quick or it may require more through negotiations and considerations.
Will my personal injury case need to go to court?
Not every personal injury case requires time in court. Details of the case and cooperation of involved parties will determine whether a courtroom appearance is needed.
Do I need to hire an attorney?
Personal injury law is complicated and nuanced. A professional attorney with formal training is the best way to ensure you are protected and compensated to the full extent of the law.
Over 25 years of experience
The Cotto Law Group is dedicated to providing each client with skilled representation that uses resources gained from years of success. With our assistance, defendants can create well-rounded cases that will give them the best chance of having charges reduced or dismissed. To learn more about your legal rights and find out how we may be able to help you, get in touch with our friendly client support staff to scheduling a free consultation.
Attorney Isaac F. Cotto is a graduate of Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. His practice areas include immigration, family, personal injury and criminal law. Mr. Cotto is also a veteran of the United States Army, serving as a Military Police Officer for five years.
Mr. Cotto is a native of New York City, but has lived in Georgia since 2001. His passion for addressing current immigration issues led him to volunteer during law school at the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLHAR).
Mr. Cotto combines his knowledge of the law with his courtroom experience to provide The Cotto Group’s clients with the best representation possible. Mr. Cotto is the lead attorney for immigration clients, specializing in deportation proceedings.
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