Scottsdale Negligent Security Lawyer
Property owners, including business owners and landlords are legally required to keep their premises safe from dangerous hazards and crime. If they do not uphold this responsibility, injuries can occur, and property owners can potentially be held liable.
If you think you have a case against a property owner, you should consider discussing it with an experienced lawyer. Phillips Law Group has been helping injury victims for nearly three decades and has obtained hundreds of millions in compensation for their damages. This includes include $1,000,000 for a premises accident victim who paralyzation, and $325,000 for a victim who sustained second- and third-degree burns.
You can learn more about possible legal options by discussing your situation with a Scottsdale negligent security lawyer in a free, no-obligation legal consultation. There is no obligation to work with our firm and there are no legal fees unless we recover compensation for you.
Do I Have a Case for Compensation?
Negligent security claims are typically filed by people who have been victimized by a crime, including:
- Business customers
- Hotel guests
- Cruise ship guests
- Vacation rental guests
Anyone with legal permission to be on the property at the time the injury occurred may be eligible to file a case – trespassers who are injured when on a property without permission usually do not have legal recourse to pursue compensation.
There are several factors our attorneys may review to determine if your situation forms the basis for a claim. For instance, we may look for:
- Unlocked doors and/or windows
- Broken locks on windows, doors and/or gates
- Monitoring of security systems and/or cameras
- Failure to limit access to the property
- Failure to have security guards on the premises
- Inadequate lighting indoors and/or outdoors
- Failure to properly respond to security threats
- Recent spike in criminal activity in the area
- Presence of security guards
As these cases can be complicated, it is recommended that you discuss your claim with an experienced Scottsdale negligent security lawyer.
Free consultation: 1-800-706-3000
What Is My Case Worth?
The value of a case depends on many things, such as the injuries suffered, the length of treatment, emotional damages suffered, effects of injuries on the victim’s loved ones, and other factors.
Our Scottsdale negligent security lawyers are available to answer the questions you may have about your claim’s value. Through a free consultation, we can examine the details of your claim to determine the types of compensation you may be able to pursue and the value of your claim.
How Can Phillips Law Group Help Me with My Negligent Security Claim?
It is important to know that insurance companies often reach out to accident victims soon after the incident. They are doing this to try to find some way to dismiss the claim or settle it as quickly as possible for the lowest possible amount of compensation.
If they call you and ask you for a statement or to sign over access to your medical records, you should know they are doing this to find some way to avoid responsibility for your damages.
Fortunately, you do not have to deal with the insurance company and try to protect your claim. You have the option of hiring an attorney to deal with insurance company inquiries on your behalf.
At Phillips Law Group, we have the resources and experience to thoroughly investigate these cases and build a robust argument for why you should receive compensation from the at-fault party.
When you receive a free consultation from our Scottsdale negligent security lawyers, there is no obligation to hire our firm. Should you decide to hire our attorneys to represent you, there are no upfront fees. Payment is only owed if we successfully recover compensation for you.
Types of Negligent Security Claims
Negligent security damages may arise from situations that occur on almost any type of property that belongs to someone else where you are permitted to go. Our firm is prepared to handle negligent security cases involving:
- Retail stores
- Shopping centers
- Office buildings
- Hotels and motels
- Apartment buildings
- Parking garages
- Transportation depots
- Bars and nightclubs
Negligent security can lead to a number of serious injuries to victims, such as:
- Restraint injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Sexual assault injuries
- Stab wounds
- Gunshot wounds
- Emotional and mental injuries
If a property owner’s negligent security was the reason behind your injury, turn to our licensed Scottsdale negligent security attorneys. We are here to help you pursue full compensation for your injuries and damages.
Contact Our Scottsdale Negligent Security Lawyers for a Free Consultation
Having a Scottsdale negligent security lawyer on your side is important in the recovery process. Your attorney can protect your best interests and work to build a robust case in pursuit of full compensation.
We understand the trauma injury victims experience – we have represented more than 155,000 consumer clients in a wide variety of injury cases. We have obtained more than $750 million in compensation.
Founding partner Jeffrey Phillips is a member of the American Association for Justice and has secured favorable verdicts for clients in Maricopa, Gila, Mohave, Navajo, Pima, Pinal and Yavapai counties in Arizona.
Request a free, no obligation consultation today to discuss your claim with an experienced Scottsdale negligent security lawyer. There is nothing to pay upfront – you only pay us if we are successful in recovering compensation for your claim.