Negligent Security/Inadequate Security In Westchester County

Injuries sustained in a slip-and-fall accident are not the only type of injury a property owner may be responsible for. Property owners who invite the public in have a duty to provide a safe environment. That duty includes the property owner having to take steps to provide security commensurate with the level of risk a person may face while on his or her property.

Property security measures can include:

  • Proper lighting
  • Security guards
  • Functioning door locks
  • Video surveillance
  • Proper warning for guests

Were You Injured In An Attack On Someone Else's Property?

Property owners, unlike the people who come onto their property, are much more likely to be aware of what sort of crimes have been committed on their property. This puts them in a position where they can take appropriate measures to respond to the threats and help ensure the safety of their guests. When they fail to take those steps and injuries occur, they should compensate those who were harmed.

If you have been injured in an attack on someone else's property and you believe property security measures could have prevented the injuries you suffered, we can help you hold that property owner accountable for the lapses that caused to your injuries.

The Skilled Representation People Can Rely On Since 1974

At Finger & Finger, a Professional Corporation, our firm is skilled at crafting strong cases from the complex circumstances that can surround a claim for negligent security. We can review the record of criminal activity in the area as well as the responses of other property owners who were similarly situated to see what security steps were considered appropriate. This can help gauge whether or not a property owner was lax in his or her response to the security threats guests faced. Our attorneys have more than 100 years of combined experience building the cases our clients need to create accountability and secure the full compensation they are entitled to.

Negligent Security/Inadequate Security Attorneys In White Plains

If you were injured in an attack on someone else's property, we can help you. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 866-266-9914 or 800-203-4078 or contact us online.

We only collect attorney's fees if we secure compensation for you.