Yes, in certain circumstances. However, a prerequisite that has to be satisfied before a suit can be filed against a municipality or city in Georgia is to provide the city written notice of the particulars of the claim within six months after the incident that your claim is based against the city. The notice is referred to as an ante litem notice. The legal requirements of what needs to be contained in the ante litem notice to the city must be strictly complied with in order for it to be effective. If the requirements set out by law for what must be contained in your ante litem notice are not met, then your claims against the city will be subject to dismissal. Please contact Rumsey & Ramsey at (770) 394-9400 to discuss the facts of your case with a lawyer.