Call Us Today

Premises Liability Lawyer

Each year, an astounding number of people end up in emergency rooms due to accidents, with many of these occurring on another’s property. While home or business owners are not always to blame for injuries sustained on their property, if they have failed to provide adequate maintenance, repairs or proper warnings to visitors, they could be considered liable for the individual’s injuries. If you’ve been injured on someone else’s property, whether a home or business, and you suspect that negligence is to blame, it is important to seek legal counsel from an experienced premises liability lawyer.

As with any personal injury claim, issues concerning another’s wrongdoing must be proven in order for injured persons to recoup compensation for their pain. At the Boudreaux Law Firm in Augusta, attorney Todd M. Boudreaux stands behind victims that have been injured on another’s property. With knowledgeable insight regarding premises liability law and a reputation for excellence throughout the region, clients benefit from the personalized representation of Mr. Boudreaux.

Call the Boudreaux Law Firm today for a free consultation to discuss your potential premises liability claim.

Premises Liability Cases

A number of scenarios are included under the umbrella of premises liability law. While proving negligence is essential and requires the experience of a reputable premises liability lawyer, here are some examples of potential premises liability claims:

Slip and fall accidents:
When an individual or guest to a property slips and falls, they may experience serious neck, back or joint injuries, requiring ongoing therapy or even surgery.
Elevators, escalators or automatic doors:
When an elevator, escalator or automatic door located on a business or commercial property contains a defective part or fails to work properly, it might be due to failed inspection or lack of maintenance. Even so, injuries sustained could be severe.
Poorly maintained home or business properties:
If visitors or guests fall due to broken stairs, faulty flooring, weak balconies or slick surfaces, home or business owners could be held liable for their injuries.
Insufficient security:
When a remote area of a business parking lot does not have security surveillance or adequate lighting, individuals might become the victim of a crime, causing serious injury.
Swimming pools:
Whether at a home or commercial property, if an individual becomes injured or drowns in a swimming pool and there was no supervision or warnings posted, the owner might be liable for the person’s injuries or death.

For victims injured on another’s property, evidence proving that the home or business owner is responsible may seem overwhelming. Yet, the reality is that premises liability cases are difficult to prove, as questions about whether the property posed a legitimate risk to the person are addressed. What’s more is that some may question if the injured individual was simply not paying attention to their surroundings. Given these reasons, it is wise to seek legal guidance regarding your premises liability claim.

As a seasoned attorney serving Augusta and surrounding areas for over 20 years, Todd M. Boudreaux actively investigates premises liability claims, helping injured individuals obtain justice and compensation when their injuries are due to another’s negligence. To schedule a free consultation to discuss your claim, contact the Boudreaux Law Firm today.

Eastern Georgia Bankruptcy and Family Law Attorney

Contact Us

If you need help navigating difficult issues of a divorce, contact the Boudreaux Law Firm today to meet with one of our experienced Augusta attorneys. We offer free initial consultations for certain situations and competitive rates in family law cases. When you schedule an appointment with our firm, you will meet with an attorney, not a paralegal or secretary, to discuss all of your legal options.

Boudreaux Law Firm

493 Furys Ferry Rd

Augusta GA 30907


The Augusta, Eastern Georgia law firm of Boudreaux Law Firm, serves Eastern GA and the CSRA, including the cities of Augusta, Evans, Martinez, Blythe, Hephzibah, Grovetown, Harlem, Waynesboro, Appling, Thomson, Louisville, Lincolnton, Aiken, North Augusta, and Peach Island, as well as Columbia County, Richmond County, Burke County, Jefferson County, McDuffie County, Lincoln County, Aiken County, and Edgefield County

State Bar of Georgia Boudreaux Law Firm American Bankruptcy Institute