How Can an Attorney Establish Negligence in a Slip and Fall Accident?

Attorneys who have previously handled slip and fall cases know exactly what to do in order to establish negligence and prove liability. For example, an experienced Georgia slip and fall lawyer understands the importance of interviewing employees, collecting evidence such as video surveillance, and knows the laws surrounding premises liability.

A skilled attorney can help you prove that the property owner, store manager, or landlord knew about the dangerous condition or should have known about the hazardous condition and failed to repair the problem prior to your fall. When a qualified attorney is involved in your case, he will thoroughly research the scene of your accident to obtain:

  • Sworn testimonies
  • Video surveillance
  • Inspection policies and procedures

At Shane Smith Law, we know how to evaluate these types of cases as we have represented numerous slip and fall victims throughout Georgia. Not only do we interview witnesses and employees, but we also ask for specific information about the end caps so we can determine if the store created a high-traffic area. Additionally, we send the store a spoliation letter and request copies of policies and procedures to help establish your case.

For help proving negligence in a premises liability case, our Georgia slip and fall lawyers can guide you through the process so that you know what to do or don’t do and what to say. Call Peachtree City slip and fall attorney Shane Smith today to discuss your case in a free consultation at (980) 246-2656

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