Have you been seriously injured or lost a loved one in a violent attack on someone else's property? Are you wondering how the property owner allowed an assault, armed robbery, sexual assault or other crime to occur? Are you looking for accountability?
Attacked or Assaulted on Someone Else's Property?
If so, our experienced trial attorneys at Corsiglia McMahon & Allard in San Jose may be able to help. We help clients throughout Northern California seek compensation for negligent security. Contact us today for a free consultation. You will pay nothing unless we win your case. Call 408-673-9153. We serve clients in Palo Alto, Milpitas, Los Gatos, San Jose, Santa Clara and other cities in northern California.
Seeking Damages for Property Owners' Failure to Take Appropriate Security Measures
When property owners make their premises accessible to large numbers of people, they have some level of responsibility for the safety of their guests and tenants. Depending on the danger of assaults and other violent crimes, security measures may be required.
When property owners negligently fail to hire security guards, install alarms or take other measures, they can be held legally accountable for the consequences of violent crimes.
Negligent property owners in California that may be liable for negligent security include but are not limited to:
- Retail stores
- Malls and shopping centers
- Bars and restaurants
- Banks and credit unions
- Apartment buildings
- Hotels and motels
Property owners do not have an absolute responsibility to prevent all assaults, rapes and murders on their premises. That is why it is important to hire an attorney who will carefully analyze the circumstances of your incident in order to make out a case for compensation.
Contact a San Jose, California Negligent Security Attorney
The lawyers at our firm are respected throughout Northern California and nationwide for their dedication to helping injured people recover money damages from property owners through negligent security claims. And by holding parties who needlessly endanger the public accountable for the harm they cause, we can exert pressure on them to change their ways, thereby enhancing the safety of us all. Don't hesitate to contact an attorney to discuss your case; call 408-673-9153.