Inadequate Security And Premises Liability Claims

Inadequate security cases typically arise when the owner of a business — typically a tavern or restaurant — fails to take adequate steps to provide security and protection to their clientele and patrons from that business's employees or from other patrons when they know or should know that a fight or an assault is about to occur.

Put another way, owners of businesses in Pennsylvania cannot sit idly by when they know that criminal activity such as robberies, assaults, thefts or rapes have occurred in their establishments in the past.

At Goodwin Como, P.C., our attorneys are here to make sure you get the compensation you deserve if you have been injured due to inadequate security or other negligent behavior on the part of a property owner.

Experienced, Local Lawyers Helping You Hold Negligent Property Owners Accountable For Their Action — Or Inaction

Owners of businesses have a duty to warn and protect their clients and customers from the unlawful acts of others. Unfortunately, innocent customers at bars, restaurants, parking garages, schools, stores, malls or other establishments can quickly become the victims of a crime through no fault of their own.

When this happens and the owner of the business knew or should have known from past experience that such criminal activity had occurred and the owner fails to take reasonable steps to protect their customers from the criminal activity, the business may be liable for any injuries suffered by the victim.

At Goodwin Como, P.C., we can evaluate your injury and the circumstances of the incident, explain the law, apply it to your case and help you pursue just compensation. Not only can a claim help you get the money you need to cover your medical bills and other expenses, but it can help ensure others do not suffer a similar fate due to a negligent property owner or business owner.

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If you were the victim of a crime or assault while you were a patron at a business, call us at our Uniontown law office and schedule a time to talk: 724-812-5466. If you would prefer to send an email, complete our Internet contact form. All injury claims are handled on a contingency fee basis, which means you don't have to pay any attorney fees unless we obtain money through an award or settlement on your behalf.