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Serious Injuries Resulting from Property Owner Negligence

Serious Injury Lawsuits: Athens, Georgia

The hotel that leaves its swimming pool open and unattended allowing entry by an unaccompanied child; the landlord who does not fix the broken lock on the back door resulting in an attack on a tenant; the homeowner whose deck collapses and injures his guests — these are just a few examples of negligent security and property owner negligence that can lead to serious injury.

At Hudson, Montgomery, Kalivoda & Connelly, we provide strong legal representation and vigorous advocacy to individuals who have suffered a serious injury because of actions like these. If your family needs this kind of help right now — let our experience make a difference for you.

Talk to an Attorney about Your Rights — Call 706.549.9823

Lax security accounts for many of the property-related serious injury cases our firm handles. These are cases in which physical assaults, attacks or rapes occurred, at least in part, because the property owner should have, but did not make reasonable efforts to ensure the safety of others. Examples of property owners that may fall into this category include:

  • Landlords
  • Restaurants
  • Bars and nightclubs
  • College and university dorms
  • Parking garages
  • Hotels

Our attorneys combined have more than 75 years of litigation experience in the courtrooms of northeast Georgia.

Because of our experience, track record of success and trial preparation — our firm is often able to secure the best settlements for our clients and save them the time, expense and stress of trial.

At our firm, we have chosen to remain small and focused. Our clients have frequent and direct access to their attorney from start to finish.

Serving the People of
Athens-Clarke County and Northeast Georgia Since 1972

If you or a family member has suffered a serious injury because of a property owner's negligence, we encourage you to call or contact our firm online.

Initial consultation is free. It costs nothing to speak to a lawyer about your case. Many cases are handled on a contingent fee basis, which means there is no fee at all unless a recovery is obtained for you.

Contingent attorneys’ fees refer only to those fees charged by attorneys for their legal services. Such fees are not permitted in all types of cases. Court costs and other additional expenses of legal action usually must be paid by the client.