Arizona Premises Liability Attorneys
If you or a loved one are injured because of a defective or dangerous condition on someone else's property, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, lost wages and other damages. Property owners have a duty to protect people who are lawfully on their properties. This includes having adequate security in place to prevent criminal activities such as assault, burglary, rape and murder. If a property owner is negligent and a crime occurs as a result of dangerous conditions, the victim may have recourse through a premises liability lawsuit.
Issues in Negligent Security Cases
Inadequate security cases involve the failure of businesses and property owners, such as malls, apartment complexes, hotels, motels and restaurants, to implement reasonable and customary security measures to protect the public. When they fail to do so, injury or death can occur because of improperly trained security guards, broken lights, inadequate locks, damaged fences and poor overall maintenance of the business property.
Led by personal injury attorney John Gabroy, who is listed in Best Lawyers in America in multiple categories and in Tucson Lifestyle Magazine as a Top Lawyer in personal injury litigation, GRB lawyers will thoroughly investigate the scene of the crime and surrounding area. We will determine whether the business owner knew or should have known that criminal activity might occur on the premises. Our reputation as aggressive advocates precedes us, and the opposition's attorneys know that we will vigorously pursue the compensation our clients deserve. Whether we litigate or negotiate, our lawyers strive for the best possible outcome for each client.
Other Premises Liability Cases
Our Tucson premises liability attorneys also handle cases involving defective or dangerous property conditions. We obtain money awards for clients who were injured as a result of:
- Animal attacks, including dog attacks
- Defective wiring
- Improperly installed sprinkler systems
- Blocked fire escapes
- Wet or slippery floors and walkways
- Broken pavement
- Weak or missing stair rails
We investigate fully to identify the responsible party, and we consult with medical and other experts in order to demonstrate the impact your injuries have had on your life.
Contact our Tucson firm today to schedule a free initial consultation by calling 888-346-4309 or send us an e-mail.
We work on all premises liability cases on a contingency basis, which means that you will not pay any attorneys fees unless you receive compensation for your damages.