Charlotte Inadequate Security Injury Lawyers

Inadequate Security premise liability

Holding Building Owners Accountable for Failing to Provide Safe Premises

Property owners have an obligation to create a safe environment for every person who is lawfully on the premises. As part of this duty, property owners must take appropriate security measures. For example, parking lots should have proper lighting so criminals cannot operate under cover of darkness. Establishments such as bars or nightclubs should hire security guards to help create a safe atmosphere.

Most importantly, when property owners know of dangers on their property, they must take steps to remove these dangers. In some cases, when people are assaulted on another person’s property, the fault lies in part with property owners who knew of risks and failed to take action. If you or someone you love has been injured by another, and negligent or inadequate security contributed to these injuries, you may have a personal injury claim.

The Charlotte inadequate security injury attorneys of Hefferon & Hefferon represent people who have been injured by a property owner’s negligence. Tom Hefferon and Paul Hefferon have more than 60 years of combined legal experience representing injured persons in Charlotte, Gastonia, Monroe and beyond. We have the experience and resources to make a strong case on your behalf.

Negligent Security Claim Attorneys Taking Cases Across North Carolina

Our lawyers are fully committed to helping people who have been harmed by a landlord’s failure to maintain safe premises. The case below is an example of our efforts. All cases are unique, and past results do not guarantee future results.

Our client, a teenager, was shot on the premises of an apartment complex by a drug dealer. An investigation revealed that the apartment manager knew the tenant was dealing drugs but took no action. Our law firm sued the landlord for inadequate security/premises liability. We were able to recover $1,200,000 for our client.

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Contact Hefferon & Hefferon

Contact our law firm to learn more about your legal rights and what our law firm can do to help. Call (704) 243-9444, or e-mail our law firm to schedule your free initial consultation.