Business Owner Denying Responsibility for an Injury
Is a business owner denying responsibility for an injury that you suffered due to negligent security? Contact our office today to schedule a free case evaluation.
What if the business owner is denying responsibility for my injury?
Oftentimes in negligent premises security cases, the premises owners – whether it be a landlord of an apartment complex or the owner of a commercial mall or store – routinely deny liability. When they’re denying liability, they’re saying that didn’t know that there was a probability or a possibility of an incident occurring on their property. The law, however, says that if a premises owner knows of violent criminal activity or should know of violent criminal activity on their premises or around their premises, then they are responsible for any attack and any injuries caused as a result.
If you have questions about your case or the case of a loved one who has been injured due to negligent premises security, we stand ready, willing and able to answer your questions. Please give us a call.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured due to inadequate security in Texas and the business owner is now denying responsibility?
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