If you have suffered an assault or other injuries in RI or MA, due to the property owner not providing enough security, you may be entitled to receive a settlement for your medical bills, lost income and pain and suffering, among other losses. We charge no fee unless you get an award or settlement. For a free (no obligation) case evaluation, call us toll-free or fill out a contact form.
Have You Suffered an Injury Due to Inadequate Security?
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What is Inadequate Security?
It is when a property owner should have foreseen that you would be assaulted or mugged by another and failed to provide adequate security to prevent it. The common type of case is if someone is mugged or assaulted in a parking lot and the owner of the lot did not provide adequate security to prevent it.
What Is My Case Worth?
Normally, if a property owner is negligent for not providing adequate security, their insurance company will compensate victims for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering and mental anguish, among other losses. Insurance companies calculate pain and suffering based on the extent of the injury and how long a person has pain. Typically, broken bone injuries are more painful than sprains and strains to muscles and ligaments. Since every case is unique, you should contact an experienced inadequate security lawyer to make sure you get all the compensation you deserve. Read More
What Are the Legal Fees?
Our law firm charges the industry standard fee of 1/3 of the settlement or award and there is no fee unless we win your case. We also from the costs for things like medical records, investigative costs etc.
How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?
In both RI and MA, normally, you have to file a lawsuit within three (3) years of the injury. For a minor, there is a longer period of time.
Common Types of Negligence:
If the owner of a business had reason to know that crimes were likely to occur and they failed to take proper precautions to keep people safe, they may be responsible for not providing adequate security. Common examples are:
- Inadequate security cameras
- Not properly trained enough security guards
- Not having and enforcing dress codes
- Not having and enforcing rules against loitering
- Not installing enough electronic locks on doors
- Not installing enough emergency call boxes
Common Places with Inadequate Security:
- College Campuses
- Parking Lots
- Bars and Nightclubs
- Apartment and Condominiums
- Office Buildings, etc.
Why Hire Us?
If you or a loved one have suffered a personal injury due to inadequate security, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost income and pain and suffering, among other losses. We can file a claim for you and we do not charge a fee unless you get an award or settlement. Call us 24/7 for a free (no obligation) case evaluation or fill out a contact form on our website.