Phoenix Inadequate Security Attorney
Inadequate Security Claims
A business owner in certain situations can be held responsible for injuries to customers or invitees caused by people (third parties) engaging in crimes or disruptive conduct on their property. This is so, if the business owner fails to take appropriate measures to ensure the safety of the customs or invitees while they are on the property. Holding property owners and possessors liable in these types of situations for failure to protect guests or patrons fortunately over the last several years has produced a safer society.
What Is Inadequate Security?
If a person is attacked, robbed, assaulted or raped, it can change their life forever. Security guards can now be found at shopping malls, sports stadiums, concerts venues, shopping centers, restaurants and bars, hotels and apartment complexes. Hotels routinely employ better key/security card controls, like changing the code on key cards after each checkout and refraining from announcing guests’ room numbers to the public. [See our Subsection on Inadequate Security Claims Against Hotels or Resorts] In spite of these improvements, there are still many situations where inadequate security results in injuries and presents a basis for liability claims. These types of cases are fact intensive and require multiple levels of investigation from experienced attorney’s and private investigators. If we agree to represent you, we will work diligently to investigate and pursue your case and maximize your recovery. We process most injury or wrongful death cases arising from inadequate security on a contingency fee basis.
Recover Your Loss
You may be entitled to recover for your:
- Past, present and future medical bills
- Pain, suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, and interference with familial relationships
- Disfigurement and scarring
- Wrongful death
- Lost wages, future earnings and earning capacity
- and other general damages.
Call Us Today. Free Initial Consultation
If you or a loved one has been injured because of inadequate security on another person’s properly, Phoenix personal injury attorney Bill Black would be happy to discuss your claim with you, free of charge. Please call us at the Law Offices of William D. Black, 602-265-2600 or email us at email@example.com or complete this form online.