West Virginia Personal Injury Attorneys
Inadequate security is a specific type of premises liability claim filed against a property owner when someone is injured or victimized on their property. These claims can stem from an assault or robbery in convenience stores, malls, shopping centers, office buildings, schools, hotels, or parking garages. If you or a loved one were harmed due to negligent or inadequate security, a West Virginia personal injury attorney form the firm can advocate for your rights.
When you are hurt through no fault of your own, you want an experienced and accomplished firm to work with you. Fitzsimmons Law Firm PLLC has already recovered millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for injured clients and has been awarded an AV Preeminent® rating from Martindale-Hubbell® for their victories and professional conduct. Look to us to bring you justice when you are wrongfully injured.
What Is an Inadequate Security Claim?
Inadequate security claims exist to protect those who are harmed in some way by holding the property owner, manager or occupier accountable, those considered to be in control of the premises.
These cases can include any of the following:
- Inadequate lighting
- Inadequate security
- Inadequate control over the keys for a hotel or apartment
- Failure to remove troublemakers
- Poor lighting in parking lots or parking garages
- Inadequate security mechanisms or procedures
- Lack of trained security staff
- Lack of security cameras
- Disabled surveillance cameras
Property owners have a legal obligation to those who use their premises lawfully and within reason. Those who are trespassing for instance may not be able to file a premises liability claim.
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You need the vigorous representation Fitzsimmons Law Firm PLLC can provide to have your best chance at recovering the financial damages needed. You could be facing mounting medical bills and related expenses and the West Virginia premises liability lawyers at the firm are ready to begin the fight!
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