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How To Determine What You Are Owed for Future Medical Expenses

Published on Nov 18, 2022 at 8:55 pm in Personal Injury.

When you are injured in an accident or incident through no fault of your own, you have the legal right to pursue compensation from the at-fault party. This is most often accomplished via the filing of a personal injury lawsuit. A personal injury lawsuit might be the most appropriate course of action for your situation if you’ve been injured in a car accident, truck accident, slip and fall, or other type of preventable accident.

Can Poor Lighting Cause a Security Risk at a Business?

Published on Nov 11, 2022 at 6:13 pm in Negligent Security.

Can Poor Lighting Cause a Security Risk at a Business?
When you visit an Atlanta business, you may realize that its owner has a responsibility to ensure that the interior of the building is safe. However, that’s only one-half of their responsibility as a Georgia property owner. They’re equally responsible for ensuring its exterior is maintained in a safe condition for invited visitors and guests.

While how well-illuminated the property is may not be at the top of the list when it comes to what business owners need to do to ensure their premises’ safety, it needs to be. Poor lighting can pose a security risk, leaving you with injuries that require you to file a personal injury lawsuit.

What To Do After a Violent Crime at an Amusement Park

Published on Nov 11, 2022 at 6:02 pm in Negligent Security.

What To Do After a Violent Crime at an Amusement Park

Although we all hope never to need this information, knowing what to do after a violent crime at an amusement park is important.

Amusement parks have a legal duty to keep visitors reasonably safe from aggressive criminal acts. But violent crime still happens. This summer alone, three people were shot in an episode of gun violence at Kennywood amusement park near Pittsburgh, and another three were injured when shots were fired in the parking lot of Six Flags Great America near Chicago.

How Can Venues Keep Visitors Safe From Shootings?

Published on Nov 4, 2022 at 9:01 pm in Negligent Security.

How Can Venues Keep Visitors Safe From Shootings
Georgia has one of the highest rates of gun violence in the country. With 1,695 gun deaths in 2019, the Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence reports that Georgia has the 15th highest rate of gun violence death in the entire country. Local venues in Atlanta have a responsibility to their patrons to do everything within their power to limit the risk of shootings.

So how can venues keep visitors safe from shootings? Venue owners and those in charge of security should create a plan to lower the risk of shootings. That plan should encompass all of the following, and any additional precautions required to make a venue as safe as possible.

How Can Parking Lots Become Safer?

Published on Oct 28, 2022 at 8:05 pm in Negligent Security.

How Can Parking Lots Become Safer
Parking lots are inherently dangerous. While you may immediately assume we’re speaking about the dangers cars pose in terms of vehicles striking each other or pedestrians, there’s so much more that makes locations like these dangerous.

Many parking lot dangers that shoppers, workers, concert or sports game attendees, and individuals on official business face when using parking lots would be largely preventable if it weren’t for negligent security issues. Below, we’ll describe how these premises endanger users’ lives and what can be done to make parking lots safer.

How Often Are Security Guards Negligent?

Published on Oct 21, 2022 at 8:13 pm in Negligent Security.

How Often Are Security Guards Negligent?

Security professionals like guards, bouncers, and security officers are responsible for ensuring the safety of an area. Their duties usually include important tasks like patrolling, limiting access to an area, checking identification, appropriately handling dangerous situations, and reporting potential risks. As security officers, the safety of countless people rests in their hands.