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Hurt in a parking lot? You may have a claim to compensation

On Behalf of | Apr 21, 2018 | Premises Liability

If you suffered harm in a Georgia parking lot either because of a crime committed against you or because of an accident, you have the right to seek financial compensation through a civil claim. However, it can be difficult to prove these claims, and many victims of parking lot accidents may feel unsure if they have a valid claim.

Victims of premises liability incidents or parking lot accidents may find it beneficial to seek help regarding their legal options. With quick action, it is possible to gather the appropriate evidence necessary to build a strong claim against the liable parties. The business owner or another third party could be responsible for your physical suffering and your financial harm. 

Types of parking lot incidents

There are various ways that incidents and accidents in parking lots can happen. Some of the most common include the following:

  • Car accidents: Whether another driver collided with you or a commercial vehicle caused an accident, you have the right to pursue compensation for damages. A third party or the lot owner may be liable.
  • Slip-and-fall and other accidents: Companies are responsible for the upkeep of their grounds, including parking lots. If you suffered because of poor lighting, icy conditions or other factors beyond your control, you may have a case.
  • Criminal activity: If you suffered harm because you were the victim of criminal activity in a parking lot, you may be the victim of negligent security, dangerous property conditions and more. 

You may be unsure of your rights, but a complete evaluation of your case as soon as possible after an incident can help you understand an appropriate course of action. A civil claim could allow you to recoup your losses, including medical bills, lost wages from missed work and more. You may also be able to seek damages for emotional trauma and duress.

You do not have to suffer alone

You might think your accident was the result of your own actions or clumsiness, but you may be the victim of factors that were beyond your control. It is possible that another party is financially liable for what you suffered in a parking lot, and you could receive appropriate compensation.

An in-depth evaluation of your case and what happened to you can help you understand your options. You deserve an explanation of your rights, as well as the right to seek compensation through a civil claim.


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