Colorado property owners are responsible for the safety of everyone on their property. Failing to provide a secure environment can lead to severe injuries for anyone who is attacked or victimized on the property.
If you or your loved one has suffered catastrophic injuries as a result of negligent security, call Shafner Law today at (303) 796-0555 for your free case consultation with an experienced premises liability attorney.
Negligent Security Claims
Debilitating and life-threatening injuries can result from violent crimes committed against patrons of an establishment, residents of a building, or even those people passing by. When the property owner fails to provide adequate security, the owner can be held liable for injuries sustained during:
- Other violent crimes
In most negligent security cases, you can bring a legal action against the owner, manager, or tenant of the premises to take responsibility for the injuries that these violent acts caused. These people or businesses were in a position to prevent the incident and did not take adequate measures to do so.
Common Places that Negligent Security Occurs
Most negligent security cases involve robbery or sexual assault at commercial premises, such as:
- Shopping malls or centers
- Hotels and motels
- Office buildings
- Parking garages
Help from Compassionate Attorneys
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When a member of your family is attacked in a place that he or she thought was safe, you may have legal recourse against the parties responsible for the safety of the property. Our caring and experienced attorneys understand that this is a traumatic time for the injured. We can provide the legal representation you need to start the long road to recovery.
Is your family member suffering from injuries caused because of negligent security on someone else’s property? Call Shafner Law today at (303) 796-0555 for your free case consultation with an experienced attorney. We represent clients throughout Denver and the state of Colorado.