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July 2018 Archives

Common ankle injuries in slip and fall cases

Georgia residents can hurt themselves in any number of ways on other people's property. They could trip over cords and debris, slip on icy sidewalks or fall down stairs after handling a loose railing. Some of the most common injuries in slip, trip and fall accidents are ankle injuries. There are various types, so it's important to distinguish among them.

Lawsuit alleges school district knew about sexual abuse

Georgia law requires teachers and school administrators to contact law enforcement when they have reasonable cause to believe that children are being abused, but a lawsuit filed on July 6 alleges that Gwinnett County Public Schools and several of its senior administrators failed to meet this legal duty. The litigation was filed on behalf of one of the victims of Gwinnet High School's former band teacher Villie Jones. Jones is currently incarcerated as he awaits his trial. He faces 21 counts of child molestation and sexual abuse.

A trampoline on someone else's property could injure your child

With technology around every corner, you certainly want your children to have the ability to enjoy activities outdoors and away from screens. Of course, rather than letting them run wild, you undoubtedly take the time to ensure that their activities will remain both beneficial and safe. Unfortunately, you cannot always keep your eyes on your kids, especially when they play at someone else's home.

Objects falling from upper story windows and premises liability

Identifying defendants in a premises liability case resulting from objects falling from tall buildings in Georgia could prove complicated. Take for example the scenario of an improperly installed air conditioner unit in the window of an upper story apartment. Urban myths warn of the dangers of these units falling and hitting people on sidewalks. It rarely happens, but, when it does, the details in each case influence the assignment of responsibility for a victim's damages.

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