The Summer 2018 newsletter of American Association for Justice (“AAJ”) Motor Vehicle Collision, Highway and Premises Liability Section features Michael Neff’s “New Considerations in Premises Liability Cases.” In this article, Mike examines the latest developments in premises liability law, including apportionment. Drawing on his record-setting verdict in Martin v. Six Flags, Mike examines the appellate issues that grew out of that case and the responsibilities that property owners have to the public.
Trial Guides recently published Mike’s book entitled Premises Liability: A Guide to Success, and it is on sale now. Purchase your copy at Trial Guides’ website: https://www.trialguides.com/product/premises-liability/
To read more about the verdict in Six Flags, click here: http://www.mlnlaw.com/news/georgia-supreme-court-reinstates-35-million-verdict-in-six-flags-case/
To learn more about AAJ’s Motor Vehicle Collision, Highway and Premises Liability Section, click here: https://www.justice.org/