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Premises Liability

Savannah, Georgia, Premises Liability Attorneys

When You Have Been Hurt on Another's Property

When you have been injured on another’s property, the owners should often be held responsible for the injuries you experienced. They should be accountable for the harm they cause — the pain, lost work and effect they have on your future. At Ladson Law Firm, PC, we hold them accountable. Our Savannah, Georgia, law office is dedicated to representing the victims of personal injury. We are always committed to achieving the best possible results in every case.

Sadly, many businesses fail to protect their guests from dangers on their property. Each year, countless people are hurt by defective conditions like broken or poorly maintained stairways, roofs and corridors. They slip and fall when conditions are not adequately maintained. And they are injured by attacks they should have been protected against — even in situations where property owners knew that repeated attacks had occurred.

We do not tolerate businesses that allow their customers to be hurt and then try to escape liability. At Ladson Law Firm, PC, we stand up for what is right — protecting our clients and helping them rebuild their lives after serious injuries from a wide range of situations:

  • Falling accidents/slip and falls
  • Negligent security/failure to protect people from attacks
  • Defective designs of buildings

This approach has helped us achieve a record of courtroom success. Our founding lawyer, M. Brice Ladson, is AV-rated under Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review rating system. He is also listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers, reflecting the best law firms in America.

Contact Us

Have you been injured in a slip and fall accident or in an attack on another’s property? To talk with M. Brice Ladson or Mitchell Ladson about your personal injury, contact our Savannah law offices at 912-341-6956. We offer free initial consultations in personal injury matters. These are accepted on a contingency basis, which means that there is no fee unless you win your case.