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Why An Accident Victim’s “Superior” Knowledge Of A Hazard Matters In A Personal Injury Lawsuit

By Shiver Hamilton Campbell |

In a slip and fall case the plaintiff needs to do two things to get their case heard by a jury. First, the plaintiff needs to establish that the premises owner had “actual” or “constructive” knowledge of the hazard that caused the plaintiff’s accident in the first place. Second, the plaintiff must defeat any… Read More »

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Georgia Judge Upholds $250,000 Slip And Fall Verdict Against Wal-Mart

By Shiver Hamilton Campbell |

A slip and fall accident can lead to serious medical complications. Aside from dealing with any broken or dislocated bones, there is always a risk of a post-accident infection. So when an accident is the result of a property owner’s negligence, they can and should be held financially responsible for such complications. For example,… Read More »

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Can I Sue The City For A Slip And Fall Accident?

By Shiver Hamilton Campbell |

You probably know that if you are injured in an accident caused by the negligence of an individual or business, you can file a personal injury lawsuit and ask a court to award you monetary damages. But what if your injuries were caused by the negligence of the government? Can you sue the city?… Read More »

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