Negligent Security

Middlesex Negligent Security Lawyer

Thousands of Americans are injured every year due to property owners and managers providing inadequate security on their premises. If you have been injured, particularly from some form of an assault, in a parking lot, building or other area, the Woburn inadequate security attorneys at Contant Law Offices may be able to help you obtain compensation.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has made a number of recommendations to businesses to improve patron and employee safety. These include:

  • Increasing staff during high-risk periods of the day or night
  • Reducing store hours
  • Installing adequate lighting, silent alarms and drop safes
  • Installing bullet-resistant enclosures for clerks

Sadly, many establishments have ignored these recommendations, with tragic consequences for employees and patrons alike.

Injuries resulting from inadequate security are often severe and can dramatically lower the quality of life of victims. In cases where negligence was involved, our lawyers can help you obtain compensation to cover medical expenses, ongoing physical therapy, scarring and disfigurement, permanent injuries, pain and suffering, lost wages and more. In most cases, we must prove that the defendants knew, or should have known, about possible threats such as frequent criminal activity in the area, together with the fact that security patrols, lighting, windows, doors, locks and other hardware were inadequate to meet the threat. Our understanding of these issues and the laws governing inadequate security can maximize your chances of obtaining justice and compensation for your injuries.

If you or someone you love has been injured due to a property owner or manager providing inadequate security, contact us as soon as possible for a free consultation. You will not have to pay a penny for our services unless we recover money on your behalf.

Michael A. Contant, Esq.

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