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?
Could the owners of Lenox Woods be civilly liable in the death and subsequent damage from the car crash?
Could the owners of Life at Glen Hollow be considered civilly culpable in the fatal shooting?
Could the owners of Forest Cove Apartments be partially liable for the shooting death of Devon Parks?
Could the owners of Martin Street Plaza be liable in a civil lawsuit regarding a shooting that occurred on their property?
Could the owners of Clarkston Station be civilly liable in a Christmas Eve homicide on their property?
Could the owners and managers of the Falcon Crest apartment complex be considered liable for a shooting at their property between two juveniles?
Could the owners of Country Oak Apartments be civilly liable in the injury of a rideshare driver who was dropping off a fare on their property?
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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