Premises Liability – Negligent Or Inadequate Security


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When You Are Harmed Because Of Negligent Or Inadequate Security, Turn To Us

The places we visit and the facilities we use need to be well-lit, have adequate security and be monitored otherwise assaults and crimes are able to readily happen.

Our experienced injury team at Shifrin Law Group provides you with the client-centric, results-driven guidance and representation you need after being harmed in a building, on campus, in a parking lot or ramp, in a hotel/motel room or another space. As trial attorneys, we are prepared to take on big business, big insurance and your case.

Property Or Business Owners Have A Duty Of Care

Property or business owners are required to ensure that their premises are safe for those that enter their property. If negligent or inadequate security of a property results in injury, the property or business owner may be liable for the injuries suffered.

Common examples of negligent security include:

  • Inadequate lighting
  • Failure to secure doors and/or windows
  • Failure to adequately secure or monitor the property

Negligence and lack of security can result in serious crimes including assaults, muggings, sexual assaults and other physical attacks.

Because of the complexity of the legal issues involved in this type of premise liability claim, it is important that you work with an attorney experienced in personal injury claims. If you are injured on someone else’s property, contact us immediately so we can investigate the situation, preserve evidence and pursue your negligent or inadequate security claim.

Get A Free Consultation With Us

Our knowledgeable attorney will act swiftly and effectively to achieve maximum compensation after an injury caused by negligence or lack of security. If you have been harmed while on someone else’s property in the Chicago area, contact us today to learn more about your rights. Call 312-766-4223. You can also send a question or request a consultation on our query form. Your consultation with our team is always free. Our founding attorney speaks fluent Russian, making us capable of serving you in either the English or Russian language.