Assaults and Attacks

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.