When property owners fail to take reasonable security measures to protect their tenants, patrons, or other parties who use their property legally, breaches or injuries often occur. If you were assaulted or otherwise harmed on someone else’s property due to insufficient security measures, there is a strong chance you’ll have a valid claim for financial compensation. Contact a knowledgeable Birmingham negligent security lawyer from our seasoned legal team to learn more about how we can help you get the compensation you deserve.
Were you harmed due to insufficient or negligent security? If so, you can depend on our dedicated team of Jefferson County personal injury lawyers to fight for the full and fair compensation to which you are entitled.
There is a wide range of potential examples of negligent or insufficient security, just some of which are as follows:
Unfortunately, the conditions above can lead to a wide range of injuries, including physical injuries from assault, battery, or robbery, emotional harm from PTSD or anxiety stemming from the incident, financial damage from the cost of medical bills, lost wages, and more. If you’re a victim of negligent security in any way shape or form, our firm is here to fight for you.
If you have been injured due to negligent inadequate security, you may be entitled to compensation for the damages you’ve incurred. That said, proving inadequate security can be challenging, which is why it is of paramount importance that you have a seasoned Birmingham negligent security lawyer in your corner. To win your negligent security claim, you must prove the following:
To prove these elements, you and your attorney will have to gather and present evidence, such as police reports, witness testimony, security records (if there are any), pictures or videos of the incident/security hazard, medical documentation pertaining to your injuries, and more.
Injury victims in Alabama are, in most cases, required to file their personal injury claims within two years of the date they were injured. If you wait past this deadline, you’ll most likely lose your right to sue. We are here to help you today. All you need to do is reach out.
If you have been injured due to inadequate security, don’t wait. Contact Alabama Personal Injury Lawyers, LLC today for a free consultation. We will review your case and devise a strategy tailored to your specific case. Our goal is your recovery.
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