When you step on to someone else’s property, your favorite clothing store in Atlanta for example, you expect a certain measure of safety. In other words, you do not expect to come into contact with dangerous conditions that might cause you harm. Unfortunately, this does occur. Maybe the floor at the supermarket was wet and you slipped. Or, perhaps the carpet in your doctor’s office was torn and caught your shoe, causing you to trip. When accidents like these occur, premises liability comes into play.
Brain injuries — depending on their severity — can result in lifelong disabilities. Even a relatively minor brain injury can affect a victim’s daily life for months after an accident.