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Understanding legal rights while on spring break

Georgia college students may look forward to hitting the beaches or enjoying some down time during spring break. However, along with warm weather and sunshine, it is possible to experience an injury while on vacation. In the event that an individual is the victim of a crime, he or she may also take civil action to hold parties liable for injuries suffered during the crime.

Were you the victim of a crime on someone else's property?

You probably know that the law requires business owners to take measures to protect your safety. Like most people here in Atlanta, you probably think this means that they must keep the floors clean, keep objects from falling and keep the sidewalks and parking lots clear during inclement weather. Do you know that they also need to provide for your safety as it relates to crimes committed by third parties?

Skateboarding hazards and liability

For many Georgia kids and young adults, skateboarding is a fun recreational activity that gets them out of the house. Some even use their skateboards as a quick and easy mode of transportation. However, they could cause serious injuries and be a liability to the property owner where the skateboarders were playing.

Amusement park injuries

Georgia residents who enjoy spending their summer time riding roller coasters or visiting amusement parks may know that thousands of people are injured every year due to accidents that can occur. Roller coaster and amusement park accidents can occur when rides malfunction. In fact, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reported an estimated 2,800 to 4,300 non-occupational injuries occurred between 1997 and 2003 on rides, resulting in trips to the emergency room.

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