Our lawyers know a thing or two about slip and fall accidents in Columbus, GA. We also know a few things about practicing personal injury law throughout the State of Georgia. Our track record of success and significant results prove this.  We believe in personal client service, which is why we’re here to help our neighbors in Columbus find the perfect attorney to fit your needs.

Slip and fall accidents can happen anywhere, and multiple parties can be held responsible. It’s important to get the right lawyer the first time so that you can receive proper compensation for your Columbus slip and fall accident.

Just because slip and fall cases are common, it doesn’t guarantee you’ll win your case. That’s why obtaining and maintaining evidence is just as important as finding a lawyer who has experience with slip and fall accidents in Georgia.


Proving that you have a legitimate slip and fall case in Columbus involves a few things. You must be able to prove that the property owner had “superior knowledge” of the condition(s) that caused the injury. With that, you must be able to prove that the property owner failed to warn you of dangerous conditions. Other information needed to win your case includes:

  1. The level of injury: Slip and fall accidents can lead to injuries ranging from bruises and cuts to broken bones and brain trauma. The more severe the injury, the bigger the award. No matter the extent of the injury, you are the victim and you deserve to be compensated justly for the injuries you’ve suffered.
  2. The level of fault of the property owner: In slip and fall cases, there can be multiple parties at fault, including the victim. That is what makes slip and fall cases so tricky, and why it’s important to consider all responsible parties in the beginning. To prove the property owner is responsible for the accident, you must be able to prove they had knowledge of the hazard while you did not know of danger or could not predict the danger. Additionally, you may need to prove that the property owner did not warn you of the danger.
  3. The level of comparative fault: While the property owner can hold a majority of the responsibility for the accident, Georgia law will still distribute percentages of fault to all responsible parties. Unfortunately, the victim is often blamed by the property owner or their insurance company for not avoiding the dangerous hazard. If you had greater or equal knowledge of the danger than the property owner, Georgia law will bar you from recovering anything. That is why it is important to hire an experienced lawyer the first time. 

There are multiple different pieces needed in order to win your Columbus slip and fall case.

The first thing you should do is immediately visit your medical doctor for a proper exam, even if you think it isn’t that serious. Waiting to get examined can alter the extent of the injuries you received. If you wait too long, the property owner’s insurance company is likely to deny your claim.

The next thing you should do is let the property owner know you intend to bring a slip and fall claim. You must ask them to preserve any photos, video footage and incident reports of the accident. If they fail to do so after you requested them to preserve it, they could be charged with obstruction of evidence in court. You should send the preservation request in writing.

Finally, hire a slip and fall attorney for your Columbus case. Look for a lawyer who is well-versed in Georgia law, because slip and fall cases vary state by state.


If you’re in Columbus and you or a loved one has suffered a slip and fall injury, get in touch with our team of personal injury lawyers today. You can schedule a free consultation on our website at or by phone at 833-LEGALGA (833-534-2542). We’re here to help you get the compensation you deserve.