The Law Offices of Adrian Crane, P.C.
When someone is victimized by a rape, assault, homicide, violent robbery or any other criminal attack, the costs and personal aftermath can be overwhelming. Under many circumstances, the victim or surviving family may have a claim against a tenant, property owner or management company who failed to provide reasonable security in the effort to prevent such a foreseeable and tragic event. Insurance companies almost always pay the money damages but in some cases, the defendant’s assets pay the damages.
At the personal injury law firm of The Law Offices of Adrian Crane, our dedicated attorneys and staff have been taking action on behalf of injury victims and their families struck by wrongful death for over two decades. If you have been injured because of inadequate security, we encourage you to contact our North Texas and Dallas legal team for a free no obligation initial case evaluation.
Did a Property Owner’s Negligence in Not Providing Reasonable Security Enable or Encourage a Criminal Attack?
A valid claim based on negligent security by a property owner may involve issues such as:
- Inadequate lighting;
- Inadvertently providing a place for criminals to hide
- A lack of security personnel to monitor people who entered the property
- A lack of security equipment;
- Broken windows which permitted entrance of criminals;
- Broken locks which permitted entrance of criminals;
- A business’s negligent hiring or training practices for security guards, bouncers, parking lot attendants and others whose jobs involve keeping the property safe or
- Other negligence or unsafe conditions in any area known for criminal activity
More than 40 Years Combined Experience Representing Injured Texans.
Our firm’s personal injury lawyers are committed to investigating the scene of a criminal attack as well as obtaining and reviewing all other investigatory reports from police and security firms. We do this promptly and thoroughly, aided by professional investigators and security experts as necessary. We will prepare and build the strongest possible inadequate security case for you based on relevant witness testimony, crime data and other evidence in an effort to make sure you are fully compensated for your emotional trauma, physical injuries, medical bills, lost wages and your pain and suffering.
Our Goal Is to Maximize Your Recovery
Unfortunately, many people injured as a result of inadequate security do not realize they may be entitled to recover financial compensation for medical expenses, lost income due to inability to work, pain and suffering and other damages.
To discuss what happened to you or your loved one with a lawyer who knows inadequate security and premises liability law and your legal rights, please contact our firm today. We focus on personal injury cases only and offer a free no-obligation initial case evaluation. We only work on a contingent fee basis which means our clients never pay us anything unless we recover money damages for them.
For your convenience, we offer home, hospital, office and nursing home visits. Our team of professionals at The Law Offices of Adrian Crane will provide you with the experience, strategy and commitment that protect your rights and claims.
Start Today with A Free No-Obligation Consultation
If you or a loved one has suffered any kind of injury as a result of a crime which could have been prevented with reasonable security, you owe it to yourself and your family to hire an attorney who specializes only in representing injured victims. Contact an attorney at The Law Offices of Adrian Crane by calling or by contacting us through the case evaluation form located on this website.
At our personal injury firm, you speak directly with an attorney, not just secretaries and paralegals. A Spanish-speaking attorney and staff members are available for your assistance. Se habla Español.
Attorneys associated with The Law Offices of Adrian Crane handle cases across the state of Texas. Our principal office in North Texas is in Dallas however we are happy to welcome cases from anywhere in Texas, regardless of where you live or where the accident took place.