Texas Premises Liability Attorneys
When someone is victimized by an assault, homicide, violent robbery or other criminal attack, the costs and personal aftermath are often overwhelming. Under some circumstances, the victim or surviving family may have cause for legal action against a property owner who failed to provide reasonable security in the effort to prevent such heinous and tragic events.
At the Provost Umphrey Law Firm, dedicated attorneys and staff have been taking action for injury victims and families struck by wrongful death for over four decades. If you have been injured because of inadequate security, we encourage you to contact our Beaumont, Texas-based, nationally respected legal team for a free initial case evaluation.
Did a Property Owner’s Security Negligence Enable a Criminal Attack?
A valid claim based on negligent security by a property owner may involve issues such as:
- Inadequate lighting, the lack of security personnel and equipment, or other negligence in an area known for criminal activity
- A business’s negligent hiring or training practices for security guards, bouncers, parking lot attendants and others whose jobs involve keeping the property safe
- Broken locks or windows and other unsafe conditions in an apartment complex
Our firm’s board-certified personal injury trial lawyers are committed to investigating the scene of a criminal attack promptly and thoroughly, aided by professional investigators and security experts as necessary. We are prepared to build the strongest possible inadequate security case for you based on relevant witness testimony, crime data and other evidence.
Discuss Your Rights and Options With a Dedicated Lawyer for the Injured
Unfortunately, people injured due to inadequate security often do not realize they may be able to recover financial compensation for medical expenses, lost income due to inability to work, pain and suffering and other damages.
To discuss what happened to you or your loved one with a lawyer who knows premises liability law and your legal rights in-depth, please contact our firm today. We offer a free initial case evaluation, and you will owe no attorney fees unless we represent you and win a settlement or trial verdict in your favor.