DeKalb County Negligent Security Lawyer
Compassionate & Comprehensive Legal Counsel
When you are unexpectedly harmed or injured in a place where you should have been protected, it can come as a serious shock. Many injuries or accidents may occur as a result of negligent security, in which case it is vital you don’t waste any time in enlisting the help of a DeKalb County personal injury attorney you can trust. If you feel your injury or accident would have been prevented with the help of adequate security, our team at Robert James Trial Attorney wants to do everything in our power to deliver you the results you deserve.
Property owners have a sincere duty to keep those who are on their premises safe from harm. Criminal assault and battery cannot be predicted, but property owners are legally required to exercise reasonable care and give visitors adequate warning of any possible injury. Some ways in which property owners neglect to protect those who visit their premises includes inadequate lighting in parking areas, lack of locks or fences, broken security gates, employing improperly trained security staff, a lack of security protocols, or failing to install adequate security cameras.
Negligent security can exist in any number of properties, including but not limited to:
- Bars and night clubs
- Amusement parks
- College campuses
- Shopping centers or malls
- Apartment Complexes
- Gas Stations
Contact Our DeKalb County Personal Injury Attorneys
Have you been injured due to another’s negligence and need of a DeKalb County personal injury lawyer to passionately advocate on your behalf? Look no further than Robert James Trial Attorney. We prioritize integrity as a cornerstone of our firm, which is why our clients can rest assured they are in more than capable hands when they have us on our side. Whether you are in need of compensation for your costly medical bills, loss of work and wages, or pain and suffering, we want to fight for you.
Schedule an initial consultation with a member of our firm today by calling (404) 620-6110.