Hialeah Inadequate Security
When violent or criminal activity takes place, most people put the blame squarely on the perpetrator. However, there may be other liable parties involved, and this is especially important if you have been injured in a violent act and want to pursue justice as well as fair compensation in your case.
For example, those who own or manage the property where the incident took place can be found liable in a premises liability claim in Hialeah if they did not take adequate security measures to prevent the crime. This is because in many cases criminal activity is not random – perpetrators can take advantage of lax security measures to carry out violence. Flaxman Law Group attorneys have helped thousands of attack survivors and personal injury plaintiffs over the years secure fair compensation for their injuries. If you would like to discuss your situation with one of our attorneys, you can always reach us through our website or at our 24-hour hotline: 866-352-9626. First consultations with our law firm are always free and come with no obligation.Who is Looking After Your Rights if You Have Been Attacked?
In many cases, there are already attorneys involved after a crime has been committed. In many cases, criminal charges are filed against the perpetrator of the violent action or illegal activity. That person may be given a defense attorney and there will usually be an attorney representing the state or the victim in order to press charges against the attacker. However, in a criminal case, the main objective is to determine whether the criminal is guilty or not. Even if he or she is found guilty, the survivor of the attack will get no compensation.
For this reason, many victims turn to personal injury attorneys in Hialeah or their communities in order to seek civil damages as well. A personal injury claim can help the survivor of a crime seek compensation from liable parties for pain and suffering, medical bills, lost wages, and other damages. In many cases involving a criminal attack, assault, battery, or mugging, inadequate security contributed directly or partly to the attack. In these cases, the property owner can often be held liable for the injuries sustained and the survivor of the attack can pursue compensation that can help them pay for the many bills they may face as a result of their attack.What Can an Attorney Do for You if You've Been Injured?
The attorneys at Flaxman Law Group can:
- Gather grime grids
- Find statistical data about crimes in the area
- Investigate the crime
- Seek out the perpetrator
- Develop a strong case against any liable parties
- Find all liable parties
- Do reverse surveillance
- Help you understand your rights and options
- Help review any insurance offers or settlement offers
- Help negotiate with health insurance companies or other insurance carriers in your case
- Help you understand how much your case may be worth
- Handle all the details of your legal claim
- Work with expert witnesses and other professionals
- Speak with witnesses and past survivors of crime in the same area
- Interview former employees of the property owner and others who can shed a light on the security situation
In short, a personal injury attorney can advise you of your rights and can pursue justice and compensation in your case, if feasible. If you would like to find out whether you have a case, contact Flaxman Law Group today to set up your free appointment.