An invitee must prove (1) that the owner had constructive knowledge of the hazard, and (2) that the invitee lacked knowledge of the hazard despite the exercise of ordinary care.
March 27, 2020 In the Court of Appeals of Georgia A20A0649. WILLIAMS INVESTMENT COMPANY v. GIRARDOT Slip and Fall in Georgia When people slip, they often fall, and equally often they are injured. However, showing that the party responsible for the place in which the slip and fall occurred failed in its duty to keep… read moreRead More
Was the Apartment the Wrong Place at Wrong Time the Management’s Fault?
A19A2267. STAR RESIDENTIAL, LLC et al. v. HERNANDEZ. Georgia Court of Appeals Decided March 16, 2020 Hernandez, the Appellee here, was shot from behind at the door of his apartment, an apartment under the management of the Appellant, Star Residential. The shooting was “an unprovoked attack and robbery” by two shooters and a getaway driver… read moreRead More