Could the owners of Swanton Heights be liable in the shooting of a resident that occurred on their property.
Could the owners of the Centennial Place Apartments be liable after an argument erupted into violence?
Could landlords be partially liable for the deadly shooting of a 9-year-old?
Could the owners of the Prato at Midtown be civilly liable in the second shooting in the six months on their premises?
Could the owners of the Pinebrooke Apartment complex be held liable in the fatal shooting of a man on their property?
Could the owners of Appletree Apartments be civilly liable in the fatal shooting of a man on their property?
Could the owners of the Commons be liable for the fourth shooting on their property in as many months?
Could the owners of the Biltmore at Midtown be civilly liable in a triple shooting which occurred on their premises?
Could the owners of Buford Heights be liable when a shot fired on their property killed a visiting doctor who was staying at another apartment complex?
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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