Did you get injured from a slip and fall on rental property in Augusta? Watch this video for guidance, then give our Augusta Slip and Fall Lawyers a call.

I fell on my neighbor’s steps in Augusta and they live on rental property. Who pays my bills?

We had a client fall at their neighbor’s house in Georgia on defective steps. That client asked us who is responsible for her injuries as a result of these defective steps in Georgia. If you’re reading this, you may have similar questions. It’s important to start with what is the defect and who had knowledge of the defect. It’s also important to analyze whether the renter had renter’s insurance. Potential defendants or potential recovery sources would be the renter if they had knowledge of the defective steps and whether they had renter’s insurance. Another source of recovery or potential defendant would be the landlord and if the landlord had knowledge of the defective steps. It’s important to find an attorney and hire an attorney that has experience with defective premises and step cases. Find an attorney that has access to engineers and architects that can analyze the steps and determine whether they’re up to city, county, or state code or whether they’re up to engineering standards or architectural standards. If you have any questions involving defective steps, please feel free to give us a call. We’d be happy to help.

Were you or a loved one injured from a slip and fall in Georgia and have questions about a slip and fall on rental property? Contact the experienced Georgia workers’ compensation lawyers at Nimmons Malchow Johnson today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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