Could the shooting death of Kolby Price at the Nirvana at Glenrose apartments be the offshoot of negligent security by the building's owners?
Could the Village at the Creek apartment owners’ negligent actions lead to civil liability for a fatal shooting on the property?
Could the shooting death of Tonya White, 35, at the Regal Forest apartments be the result of negligent security by the property's owners?
Could the owners of 1660 Peachtree Midtown apartments be found partially liable for the murder of Allahnia Lenoir at the premises?
Could Britain Village apartments owners’ negligence lead to civil liability for a fatal double shooting at the complex?
Could The Villages at Carver apartment community's owners be held legally liable for the shooting death of a 16-year-old boy there?
Will the owners The Park at Leeds apartments be found at least partially civilly liable in the shooting death of 19-year-old Kiyre Allen on the premises?
Could Berkeley Heights Apartments owners’ negligence lead to civil liability for a fatal triple shooting at the building?
Could the Walton Village apartment owners be found partially civilly liable in the tragic shooting death of 17-year-old Grayson Green while on the premises?
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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