Macon Negligent Security Attorneys
Injured Due to Lack of Security? Call Now!
When an individual is attacked by another and robbed, assaulted, or otherwise harmed, this often results in a criminal charge. However, in some cases, the victim of such a crime may also (or instead) be able to file a civil lawsuit against the owner of the property where the incident occurred in the event a lack of security contributed to the incident.
If you believe you may have a claim for negligent security, contact Adams Law Firm today. Our Macon negligent security lawyers have decades of experience standing up for the rights of those who have been harmed due to another’s negligence.
We understand the nuances of premises liability claims and how to help you prove fault, secure evidence, and calculate the amount of compensation you deserve. Our legal team will do whatever we can to fight for your right to just compensation while you focus on recovering from your ordeal.
Get in touch with us today by calling (478) 845-1961. Your initial consultation is free, and we do not charge for our services unless we recover compensation on your behalf!
What Is Negligent Security?
Negligent security (also called “inadequate security”) is a legal cause of action that can be filed against a property owner when an individual is injured on the property due to a lack of reasonable security.
Such claims acknowledge that if the owner or manager of the property where the accident occurred had provided better security measures, the incident likely would not have occurred in the first place. While commercial properties are typically targeted in such lawsuits, residential property owners can be held accountable in certain cases as well.
Negligent security claims are often filed against:
- Apartment complexes
- Clinics and other medical facilities
- Parking garages
- Retail stores
- Shopping malls
Negligent security might look like:
- Poor lighting conditions
- Lack of functioning security cameras
- Failure to perform background checks on tenants or employees
- Broken locks
- Broken security systems
- Lack of gates, barriers, and other criminal deterrents
Damages Available in a Negligent Security Claim
In most cases, plaintiffs are eligible to recover both:
- Economic damages such as medical expenses, lost wages, and property damage; and
- Noneconomic damages, which grant you compensation as a way to make up for physical pain and suffering, emotional distress, PTSD, embarrassment, and other non-monetary losses that resulted from your accident.
The exact amount of compensation you will be eligible to receive depends on factors unique to your specific case, such as where it occurred, how badly you were injured, how affluent the defendant is, and so on. By consulting with an attorney, you can get a better idea of what your legal options are.
Call Now to Learn More During a Free Consultation
When we take on a case, our legal team takes the time to get to know you and listen to your story. Once we have a solid understanding of the facts of your situation, we get to work on building your case based on your specific goals and needs.
Throughout the entire process, we remain dedicated to helping you recover the maximum compensation so that you can move on from this incident.
Learn more during your free case evaluation by calling (478) 845-1961 or sending us a message online to get started. Se habla Español.