Protecting Individuals Who Were Injured Due To Negligent Security
If you have been the victim of an assault, the person who committed the attack may be responsible both civilly and criminally. However, when an attack happens on commercial property, such as a parking lot, liability may be shared if the business or property owner, or another responsible party, failed to provide adequate security.
Sheffy, Mazzaccaro, DePaolo & DeNigris, LLP, is here for you if someone has assaulted and injured you on commercial or private property. Our Southington premises liability lawyers are experienced in helping assault victims throughout the greater Hartford area seek compensation for their injuries.
Where Can Attacks Take Place?
There are many commercial locations where you can be at risk for experiencing a personal assault.
- Banks or ATMs
- Hotels and motels
- College campuses
- Stadiums or arenas
- Malls or individual stores
- Parking lots or structures
Additionally, you could also find yourself the victim of an assault while visiting someone’s home as an invited guest. Attacks may include robbery, battery, or sexual assault, and can happen in daylight hours as well as at night.
Examples Of Insufficient Security
Persons and businesses responsible for commercial buildings are obligated to keep areas safe for patrons and others.
Some examples of insufficient security at a commercial location include:
- Poor or nonexistent lighting
- Lack of or subpar security cameras
- Inadequate physical security presence
- Nonfunctioning locks on doors or windows
The lack of proper security measures increases the opportunity for others to cause harm to you. Our premises liability attorneys in Southington are committed to helping you seek justice. This includes identifying all responsible parties and pursuing appropriate compensation against them.
Free Initial Consultation
From our office in Southington, we serve Connecticut clients around the greater Hartford area, and we offer free initial case consultations. Call Sheffy, Mazzaccaro, DePaolo & DeNigris, LLP, at 844-367-0314 to arrange your consultation today. You may also contact us online 24 hours a day.