Were you or a loved one hurt on public or private property?

Finding an experienced lawyer with the right background is crucial.
Our personal injury attorneys specialize in securing compensation for injury victims across Georgia.


Why do we fall? According to Alfred from Batman Begins, so that we can learn to pick ourselves up.

While this advice might be inspiring for Hollywood films and applicable for minor falls where the only harm done is a bruised ego and a little red-faced embarrassment, this insight oversimplifies the serious obstacles you might encounter in the aftermath of a moderate or severe slip and fall accident—starting with the catastrophic, long-term or permanent injuries you can suffer.

Whether you were seriously injured in a slip and fall, bit by a dog, attacked in a parking lot or otherwise hurt while on public or private property, our Georgia premises liability attorney can help you pick up the pieces of your life by securing financial compensation for your injuries and damages from the property owner or occupier. We can depose witnesses, gather critical evidence, consult with experts and negotiate with the defendant or their insurance company to secure the best possible outcome for you and your family.

Property owners in Georgia have a legal responsibility to ensure the safety of visitors and guests. Let us start by calculating the full value of your claim, then we’ll explain how we plan to hold negligent individuals, businesses and entities accountable for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering and other damages as a result of an accident on their property.

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How to win a premises liability case

A serious injury can put tremendous financial stress on an individual or family. In fact, in 2015, medical expenses alone totaled more than $50 billion for falls—and that didn’t include the subsequent costs associated with a serious injury. While health insurance, Medicare and Medicaid can help offset some of these medical costs, you may need to consider filing a premises liability lawsuit to recover compensation for additional damages like lost work income, pain and suffering, emotional distress and more.

The key to successfully establishing fault and securing damages in a premises liability case in Georgia is determining the legal status of the visitor who was injured on the property. In Georgia, invited guests are afforded more rights than uninvited trespassers. From a legal perspective, visitors can be classified as:

Georgia follows a modified comparative fault system, which means that your damages can be reduced or eliminated altogether if you are found to be partially or fully responsible for your injury. For example, if you sue a landowner for $100,000 but are found to be 40 percent liable, your final award would be reduced to $60,000. This legal principle is commonly brought up in premises liability cases since visitors have a legal duty to use reasonable care in protecting their health and safety.

For this reason, it's vital you consult with an experienced premises liability lawyer near you as soon as possible to talk about your potential case and get help starting the negotiation process.

Meet your Georgia premises liability lawyer

Julian Lewis Sanders founded The Law Offices of Julian Lewis Sanders and Associates in 2003. The firm proudly serves Atlanta and the surrounding communities of Georgia in personal injury law.

“Growing up in a military family, I learned the importance of dedication and honor early, which established a foundation for my eventual
law career.”

Everyone who works for The Law Office of Julian Sanders is responsive and prompt with answering all the questions I may have. They will walk you through step by step. I couldn’t have picked a better law firm to represent me. – Dasha Chapman

We want to help you. Give us a chance to listen to your needs, answer your questions, and show you how we will take swift strategic action to help right the wrong that has been done to you.

Call or text the Law Offices of Julian Sanders & Associates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:
(678) 705-9581


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If you would like to learn more about filing a premises liability lawsuit against a public or private property owner in Georgia, then you’ve come to the right place.  The team of personal injury lawyers at Julian Lewis Sanders & Associates is standing by to answer your questions and help you determine the next best steps.

Don’t wait too long, as there is a strict time limit placed on these types of cases. The clock is ticking! Talk to a legal professional today to get started.