Could the owners of the Parkside at Quarry Yards apartment complex be held liable for the tragic shooting death of a man on their premises?
Could the owners of DeKalb County, Georgia’s Oak Forest Apartments be held civilly accountable for the shooting death of Darius Arnold?
After a man is fatally shot at the Manor III Apartment complex, could the property owners be found responsible in a civil court?
Could the owners of Atlanta, Georgia's Columbia Commons apartments be held civilly liable for the death of the complex's maintenance worker who was killed while caught in the crossfire of a shooting there?
Would a civil court hold the Hidden Valley Apartments liable under Georgia law for the murder of a man on their property?
Would a civil court find the owners of Auburn Glenn Apartments liable in the tragic double shooting on their premises?
Could the owners of Eagle’s Run be civilly liable in the fatal shooting of Anthony Hammond on their premises?
When a man is fatally shot at the Donnelly Courts Apartments could the owners of the complex be held civilly liable?
Could the owners of the Seven Courts Apartments be held partially responsible in a civil court when a robbery on their premises turned deadly?
Only the survivors of violent crimes or the families of victims can use the civil court system to hold property owners and managers accountable when they fail to take reasonable precautions to protect tenants and guests from known threats. By holding them accountable, we can motivate property owners to make meaningful changes to prevent violent crime from happening to others. In that way, together, we can help Make Atlanta Safe.
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