A Georgia court of appeals recently reversed judgment in a slip and fall case in which a woman was badly injured at a church. The case is an example of why letting a case continue to a jury for a true judgment is risky, particularly when reasonable minds can disagree about the issue of liability. It is also an important lesson for property owners who invite the public to visit, and the responsibilities that entails. If you have questions regarding an injury you incurred on someone else’s property, reach out to an Atlanta premises liability lawyer today.
This case began in July of 2015 when a woman was leaving the funeral services for her mother. As if that event was not enough for her to deal with on that day, as she was leaving the church where the services were held, she was seriously injured after falling on the stairs. As a result she broke her leg, and sustained other serious injuries, as well.
The Evidence in This Case