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Negligent Security & Premises Liability

Property owners have a responsibility to maintain their property in a way that honors the safety and well-being of those who visit. For many, this extends to making sure that all flooring is installed correctly, that guardrails are present when necessary and that there are not any areas of construction that could lead to a slip and fall or any other form of accident. The truth, however, is that the owner's responsibility actually goes further than that. For example, it is required of all property owners to ensure that security is effective.

For example, property owners can be held responsible for inadequate lighting, lax hiring procedures, as well as having inadequate amounts of security roaming around. This can include everywhere from shopping malls to sports stadiums to nursing homes and even hospitals. If you have suffered from an attack that could have been prevented with a better thought out security, you could have grounds to file a claim. From apartment landlords to hotel owners and everything in between, you deserve to be compensated for your suffering.

In some cases, the plaintiff may be found partially guilty for the attack. If they acted in a way that partially caused the attack or criminal behavior to occur, they could be found at least partially responsible. This, however, should not absolve the property owner from their liability. It is therefore extremely important that no time is wasted in contacting a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer who will be able to handle the case and ensure that you receive the necessary monetary compensation.

Lagstein Law Firm

If you have been involved in an attack on a piece of property, it is easy to think that only the criminal themselves are to blame. While they should bear the brunt of the guilt, the simple truth is that they are not the only ones. Property owners have a responsibility and a duty of care to the visitors on their property; when they do not uphold this duty, they should be held responsible. At Lagstein Law Firm, their Los Angeles injury attorneys understand how much is at stake in a premises liability case.

Led by Attorney Eran Lagstein, their firm is proud to offer their clients a "No Fee Promise." This simply means that the firm operates on a contingency fee basis. So it costs you nothing to contact them and, unless they are successful in your case, you don't owe them a dime. So what are you waiting for? When you have this much on the line, you simply cannot afford to waste a moment. Pick up the phone today to contact the firm and schedule your free case evaluation. Call today at 888-427-6139 or visit their online case evaluation form.

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Lagstein Law Firm - Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorney
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Phone: (888) 427-6139
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