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New Haven Negligent Security Attorneys

Property owners have a duty to provide a secure environment for people they invite onto their property as customers, patients or residents. To fulfill this duty, owners need to institute appropriate safety measures, such as security cameras, gated entrances, security guards, and bright lighting in parking garages, stairways and elevators.

Inadequate Security Measures Can Result In Serious Injuries

When property owners fail to fulfill their responsibilities, innocent people can be injured by serious crimes such as assault, rape, robbery or homicide. If you or a loved one has suffered injury as a result of being the victim of a crime that occurred on someone else's property, contact Mills Law Firm, LLC, to learn more about your rights and options.

Negligent security claims are a form of premises liability law, which entitles injured victims to bring civil claims against property owners when they fail to maintain their premises in a safe condition. When owners fail to secure their properties against criminals who pose a danger to the people who are there legally, and someone is injured as a result of a criminal act, that person has the right to bring a negligent security claim against the property owner to recover compensation for losses resulting from the crime.

Negligent security claims may result from crimes committed at a wide variety of places, including:

  • Apartment buildings
  • Hospitals
  • Parking garages
  • Rehab centers
  • Nursing homes
  • Bars or nightclubs
  • Banks or ATM locations
  • Shopping centers
  • Convenience stores

Helping You Obtain Justice And Fair Compensation

The New Haven negligent security lawyers of Mills Law, LLC, will take immediate action to investigate the circumstances of the crime that caused your injury. We will pursue a claim on your behalf to compensate you for medical expenses, income loss, pain and suffering, and psychological harm resulting from the crime.

It is important to call us as soon as possible, while evidence of inadequate security measures is still available for photos and documentation. Often, property owners will rush to remedy a dangerous property condition after the fact, in an effort to avoid liability.

Contact Our New Haven Inadequate Security Attorneys

Call us at 866-603-7532 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case. We represent clients on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay no attorney fees unless we recover damages for you. Our lawyers travel to serve clients throughout Connecticut. Attorney referrals are welcome.