Assaults on property often arise when property owners fail to take adequate measures to ensure the safety of people on site. Negligent security could include everything from inadequate lighting to the absence of security personnel on site.
Because such simple but important precautions were not taken, assaults could take place during a robbery or other illegal activity. Although assault can happen to anyone, women and children are particularly vulnerable in these situations, all because the property owner was negligent. It is also possible for sexual abuse to occur during an assault.
For the attorneys at Anderson Cummings, the connection between property owner negligence and the assault you endured is obvious. Property owners are legally obliged to ensure the safety of visitors, guests, and customers. When they do not, they should be held accountable for the injuries that you sustained as a result of their carelessness.
For a free case evaluation, fill out the form on this page or call Anderson Cummings at (817) 920-9000.
Was Your Assault the Consequence of a Negligent Property Owner?
At the law offices of Anderson Cummings, our attorneys are prepared to help anyone dealing with injuries from an assault on property that may be connected to negligent security. We have experienced lawyers licensed in Texas and our lawyers have a thorough understanding of the state laws in these cases.
Your case might seem straightforward. You might think you don't need a lawyer. Don't be so sure. Even claims that seem like they are simple can turn into complex assault cases. Our Fort Worth based personal injury law firm investigates each assault injury to the fullest extent. We will interview witnesses, visit the scene of the crime, review police reports, hospital records, and anything else we feel needs to be done to help win your case.
Contact Anderson Cummings for a Free Legal Consultation
Our Texas assault on property lawyers provide free consultations to any person who believes they may have an injury claim. Even if you are unsure whether your claim is valid, we will consult with you and discuss the details so you can decide what further steps you want to take in the case.
For help with your claim, fill out the free case evaluation form on this page or call us at (817) 920-9000.