Under premises liability law, business owners, such as shopping centers, motels, restaurants and bars, parking lots and garages, and apartments, need to provide reasonable security measures to prevent foreseeable criminal assaults and attacks. Inadequate lighting, faulty locks and alarms, and failure to provide adequate security personnel can all be examples of a failure to provide adequate security. When they fail to do so and an assault or attack occurs, they may be responsible for the injuries and damages sustained by the victim.
If you or a family member was a victim of an assault, rape, murder or attack, you may be entitled to damages for your losses, including lost wages, medical expenses, physical pain and mental suffering and more. Please contact one of the lawyers at Cline Farrell Christie & Lee who are experienced in handling cases involving assaults and attacks caused by inadequate security today for a free consultation. We will be happy to evaluate your potential claim and advise you as to your legal rights and options. We look forward to hearing from you and we welcome the opportunity to serve and assist you.