Negligent Security Attorney
Obtain Legal Assistance from Our Connecticut Premises Liability Lawyer
When you enter a store, restaurant, hotel, or business office, the property
owner or manager has an obligation to protect you from reasonable and
foreseeable crimes and injuries. Unfortunately, many owners fail to take
proper security measures, resulting in robberies, assaults, injuries,
and even deaths.
If you have suffered a serious injury due to negligent security measures
in Connecticut, property owners must be held liable. With the help of
an experienced and skilled team of
Connecticut premises liability lawyers, we can provide guidance throughout the entire legal process in order
to recover the financial compensation you deserve.
Common Forms of Negligent Security
Premises liability is the legal term which means that the owner of the
property will be held liable for specific crimes that occur on the premises.
For example, if you are assaulted while going to a bar or nightclub, the
owner of the property can be held responsible for the patron’s injuries
due to the failure to take proper security measures. If a property owner
understands that their premises could potentially be dangerous, he or
she has a duty to ensure no visitors or guests are harmed.
Common ways that an owner can be held liable for negligent security include:
- Inadequate security measures despite a prior history of crimes
- Lack of security video cameras
- Inadequate lighting
- Incompetent or poorly trained or supervised security personnel
- Lack of locks, fences, and other security barriers
- Employment of individuals with criminal backgrounds
Let Us Protect Your Rights Today
Fitzpatrick Santos Sousa Perugini P.C., we understand how complex these types of cases can be. Our Connecticut
premises liability attorneys can conduct a complete investigation into
the incident in question, gather evidence, and interview potential witnesses
in order to develop a relentless settlement or case strategy for you. With
nearly 30 years of experience, do not hesitate to get qualified legal assistance right now.
Contact us and request a free
case evaluation today.