No one decides to dine out at a restaurant like Logan’s Roadhouse expecting to get injured. Unfortunately, slip and fall accidents often happen in this way—and the restaurant’s employees may be responsible. If you or a loved one was injured while eating out in this way, you’ll want to contact a Logan’s Roadhouse slip and fall accident and injury lawyer in Georgia today.
Many slip and fall victims are quick to blame themselves, but at John Foy & Associates, we know better. Our attorneys have worked on countless cases like this over the past 20 plus years, and we know that people don’t fall for no reason. We can help you build a strong slip and fall case to seek compensation for your damages.
To contact us and get a FREE, no-obligation consultation today, call (404) 400-4000 or reach out online. We’ll discuss the details of your accident and how we can help. We don’t charge a fee unless we win you money.
Quick Facts About Logan’s Roadhouse in Georgia
Logan’s Roadhouse is a chain of steakhouses that was founded in 1991 in Lexington, Kentucky. Their locations have a laidback, southern-style atmosphere, and each restaurant provides free buckets of peanuts at each table. Logan’s Roadhouse’s menu includes steaks, chicken, seafood, ribs, sandwiches, salads, and country sides.
In Georgia, Logan’s Roadhouse restaurants can be found in:
- Ft. Oglethorpe
- Tifton and
- Warner Robins
No matter where your slip and fall accident happened, as long as it occurred on the premises of Logan’s Roadhouse, the company may be legally liable. Don’t assume you don’t have a case until after you’ve spoken to a lawyer with experience working these types of cases. If you can show that the restaurant was at fault for your fall, you have a right to compensation.
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What You Need to Build a Strong Slip and Fall Claim
Under Georgia’s premises liability laws, you might have the right to financial recovery if you slipped, fell, and were injured on someone else’s property. To have a valid case, you will need to show that:
- Logan’s Roadhouse owed you a duty of care.
- The restaurant breached their duty of care.
- That breached duty led to your slip and fall accident.
- You suffered damages as a result of the slip and fall accident.
In Georgia, every property owner or occupier has a legal duty to exercise reasonable care and to maintain safe premises for those who legally come onto their property. That includes businesses and restaurants like Logan’s Roadhouse. When that duty is breached and it results in a slip and fall injury accident, the victim has a right to seek compensation.
It’s not enough to simply show that you fell and were injured. It’s also not enough to just prove that there was a hazardous condition on the property. You must also be able to prove that the hazard was present long enough for the restaurant to have noticed it and removed it—but the restaurant did not remove it, and you were injured because of that.
Proving that Logan’s Roadhouse employees were negligent in your accident and that the company is responsible for your damages can be a struggle. Even when the restaurant was clearly at fault, they will look for ways to reduce their liability. Thankfully, an experienced slip and fall lawyer will know how to handle this.
How a Logan’s Roadhouse Slip and Fall Lawyer Can Help
We never recommend taking on a case against a restaurant chain alone. Unlike filing a claim with one other person, such as after a two-car accident, bringing a case against a large company is often more difficult.
Companies typically take out large insurance policies to cover themselves in premises liability cases. This often means the company and the insurance company will be especially aggressive at protecting their money. To level the playing field, you’ll want a legal professional on your side who has experience with slip and fall cases against restaurants.
A lawyer who works on slip and fall claims like this can help you by:
- Gathering the right information and evidence to show that the restaurant was at fault for your accident
- Calculating the full value of your damages, which is often higher than injury victims realize
- Communicating and negotiating with the insurance company for you, so you don’t have to worry about doing or saying something they can use against you
- Making sure you are on track to bring your case within the statute of limitations, which, in Georgia, is two years from the date of the accident (Georgia Code § 9-3-33)
Having a lawyer on your side also just helps put your mind at ease. Instead of worrying about how to best bring your case, you can focus on healing from your injuries and getting better.
Common Slip and Fall Injuries That Can Happen at Logan’s Roadhouse in Georgia
There’s a misconception that slip and fall injuries are not that big of a deal. In reality, slip and fall accidents can cause anything from minor scrapes or bruises to serious, disabling conditions. Children and the elderly are more prone to severe injuries after slipping and falling, but people of all ages have suffered serious damages from a slip and fall.
Some of the most common slip and fall injuries we’ve seen at places like Logan’s Roadhouse include:
- Cuts, scrapes, and bruises
- Concussions or other traumatic brain injuries
- Head or neck injuries
- Spine injuries
- Broken bones or fractures
- Strains, sprains, and more
No matter how you were injured, it’s worth talking to a slip and fall lawyer as soon as you can. They can look at the details and determine the strength of your case.
Talk to a Logan’s Roadhouse Slip and Fall Accident and Injury Lawyer in Georgia for Free Today
Premises liability cases against companies like Logan’s Roadhouse often require strong legal expertise. At John Foy & Associates, we are proud to bring 20 plus years of experience working on slip and fall cases to the table. We are not afraid to fight for your rights and the compensation you deserve.
Call us at (404) 400-4000 or contact us online today to get started with your FREE consultation and case evaluation. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to take your call.
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