Personal injury lawyers in Boise: assaults due to negligent store security
When an assault happens on a commercial property, the owner of the property may be held accountable for any damages occurred if it is determined that property owner negligence contributed to or caused the accident to occur. If you have been assaulted or attacked in a shopping center, a parking lot, or other commercial property that was not being supervised by security, you might have legal options for filing a claim against the property owner.
At Skaug Law Offices in Boise, we represent clients who have been assaulted or injured in an attack on commercial property that was not monitored by security. To learn about your precise legal options, contact an attorney from our firm today.
Inadequate security and preventable attacks
Commercial property proprietors have a responsibility to maintain proper security on their premises. This may involve monitoring the premises by security cameras, staffing security guards, installing intercoms, or providing adequate lighting, depending on property specifications. Examples of injuries and accidents caused by inadequate or negligent security include:
- Sexual attacks, rape
Many assaults due to inadequate security are avoidable. Property owners must take steps to protect the safety of individuals visiting their property. When they neglect to do so, innocent people are put at risk for being robbed, attacked, or otherwise harmed. Our law firm represents clients who have been attacked or injured in, shopping malls, retail stores, apartment buildings, parking lots, casinos, and other commercial properties.
Contact a Caldwell premises liability attorney
Did inadequate security contribute or cause to an accident or attack? Contact a premises liability attorney now to learn about your legal possibilities. We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis; this means that we will not take attorneys fees unless we win a settlement or verdict for you. Call 800-944-1210.
We represent clients throughout Boise, Treasure Valley, and Canyon County in Idaho, as well as the Ontario, Oregon, area.