Defective Products and Dangerous Property Attorney

Manufacturers and businesses have an implied responsibility for the products that they produce and sell. The products must not pose a danger to the consumer when consumed or used in any manner. Despite specific warning labels that may be attached to the product, there is an overall requirement for the product to be safe.

If you have used a product that has caused you to be injured, you should seek legal counsel from an Atlanta personal injury attorney. A lawyer can review the incident and help determine if the manufacturer of the product was negligent.

If negligence is determined, you are entitled to specific compensation under the law. This compensation may include medical treatments, loss of enjoyment of life, loss of wages both current and future, and pain and suffering. Depending on the individual case, more compensation may apply.

Personal injury attorneys are capable of handling cases which include but are not limited to:

  • Defective products
  • Dangerous property
  • Medical malpractice
  • Slip and Fall
  • Auto and truck accidents
  • Workers compensation
  • Animal attacks

Any type of injury caused by the negligence of a private or business entity may fall within the scope of representation by this type of firm.

Businesses that require consumers to come to their property to conduct business have an implied responsibility to offer a safe environment in which to conduct that business. Simply stated, a business that allows customers to enter and exit their business must make it safe for its clients.

Dangerous property events may include:

  • Failure to properly light walkways and parking areas, creating an environment for injury or crime
  • Failure to keep even walkways and clear paths maintained, creating the risk for injury
  • Poor ventilation from fumes or other chemicals that can affect the way a client breaths. This usually occurs in a manufacturing setting
  • Unsafe conditions when entering or exiting the building.

There are other conditions that may also apply to dangerous property events.

If you have been injured on a business property, due to the negligence of the business owner, you may be entitled to compensation.

Events that take place inside and directly outside of a business are the direct responsibility of the business owner. Businesses are obligated to provide a safe environment for their consumers, which include criminal issues that may result as a part of their inaction to solve a problem. If any type of incidence occurs on a business property, consult Attorney Ken Nugent to see if you are entitled to compensation for your injuries.