Dangerous Products & Property Liability in Georgia

State and federal regulations protect consumers from dangerous and/or defective products and properties. The designer, manufacturer, wholesaler, or retailer of a dangerous or defective product may be found liable if the defect was foreseeable or preventable.

Likewise, if a property owner does not take reasonable precautions to prevent accidents, they are to be held legally responsible in the event of an accident.

At McAleer Law we have extensive experience handling product and property liability claims. Contact us today to get help with your personal injury claim.

Examples of Dangerous Products What is Involved in a Product Liability Case?

To have a successful outcome in a dangerous products or property case, you must prove:

  • The product that harmed you was either not suitable for sale, or not reasonably suited for its stated use
  • The product caused your injury
  • You suffered actual damages

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What is Involved in a Property Liability Case?

If you are injured due to the negligence of a property owner, you may be able to recover damages from the property owner. Examples of negligence include:

  • Incorrectly stored equipment or object
  • Parking lots without adequate lighting
  • Improperly maintained stairwells
  • Wet floors that are not marked
  • Malfunctioning elevators or escalators
  • Construction areas that are not protected

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Client Testimonials
"I went to Charles after I was hit in a car accident last year. He, and especially his paralegals, were very considerate and actually cared about me. They helped me BIG time..My settlement was way more than I could even imagine. They are great about keeping you in the loop and getting your case done fast." Lauren
“Charles handled a personal injury suit that was primarily for symptoms that were not simple to demonstrate to the jury. Throughout the case Charles was professional and well prepared. We won an excellent settlement for this type of case.” Cindy
“After my case was turned down by several firms, I asked Mr. McAleer to review my case. He did, and he thought he could win it. The insurance company did not offer me one dime, even at trial and after the jury was deliberating. The Gwinnett jury returned a verdict in my favor for $300,000. I was in tears. I will always be thankful to Mr. McAleer for believing in my case and in me.” R.S.