Some Georgia fans of the musician Drake might have heard that he is facing a lawsuit in relation to an injury that occurred at one of his shows in 2016. The 24-year-old New York woman who filed it has also named Madison Square Gardens, an employee and Live Nation in the lawsuit.
You appreciate your clients. After all, other Georgia business owners may have many choices within your industry, but they choose to come back to your business for their needs. This demonstrates their satisfaction in your product or service and their trust in your standards.
When you began looking for a place to live, you may have felt limited in your options. Various circumstances could have led to this feeling, such as few available rentals in your area, limited income or other factors. After a time, you found a place you could afford and moved in.
Slip-and-fall incidents are behind many personal injury lawsuits in Georgia. A variety of different circumstances may contribute to a slip and fall occurring at a commercial or residential property. Taking precautions may help protect property owners from being legally responsible for any accidents that occur.
Property owners in Georgia should know that they have a responsibility to maintain a safe environment. As part of that, they must routinely inspect their gas pipes for any leaks. An incident at a Florida shopping center illustrates what can happen if property owners fail in this regard.
Slip-and-fall injuries can cause serious damage to customers in Georgia at public places like supermarkets and shopping malls. If their injury is due to the negligence of the business involved, they may sue on the basis of premises liability for their lost wages, medical bills and related damages. However, people might face a challenging time proving that the company was negligent in a way that caused their fall. In some cases, this could be because the store itself has deleted the evidence that could point to poor maintenance or other unsafe standards.
After seven years as president of Georgia's Crime Victim Advocacy Counsel, Melvin Hewitt Jr. assumes the role of president emeritus and is appointed as Chair of CVAC's Advisory Council.