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Have you been assaulted, robbed, or mugged while staying at a hotel, apartment complex, or other commercial establishments in Texas? Any violent assault might leave you psychologically traumatized as well as physically injured while trying to also manage your injuries. You may be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, be unable to work, and face unexpected medical expenses. You might be entitled to compensation from the commercial property owner or manager if they failed to provide enough security. You should talk with our knowledgeable negligent security lawyer who will meet with you free of charge and provide trusted guidance.

If you were a victim of a crime caused by a property owner’s failure to provide adequate security, Texas Personal Injury Lawyers may assist you in seeking compensation for your losses. Our premises liability attorneys have many years of expertise in defending people who have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence. One of the areas where our firm specializes in cases involving negligent security. Please contact a premise liability lawyer for assistance if you believe that a property owner’s failure to provide adequate protection caused you or your loved one to be injured by robbers. We employ a personalized strategy for each case. We’ll take the time to answer your questions, and we’ll see whether you have a case together.

Texas Personal Injury Lawyers work on a contingency fee basis with negligent security claims. There is no attorney’s fee unless we obtain compensation for you. 

Is It Possible To Sue A Company For Assault Due To Negligent Security?

In Texas, property owners have a legal duty to keep their premises in a safe condition to prevent foreseeable criminal acts. This includes providing sufficient lighting, repairing broken windows and doors, installing secure locks, managing access to keys, utilizing security staff when necessary, and employing adequate overnight security in convenience stores to prevent avoidable assaults.

If a property owner or company fails to take adequate security precautions to protect guests and you are robbed, attacked, or sexually assaulted as a consequence, you may hold the property owner or company responsible for your damages under certain conditions.

When a crime takes place on someone’s premises in Texas, the property owner isn’t always held responsible. Each negligent security case is decided on its own facts, including whether the offense was foreseeable and whether the crime victim was connected to the property owner, such as a customer or business owner.

In order to safeguard clients and employees from becoming victims of crime, convenience store owners must have security procedures in place during the evening hours. Installation of security cameras and certain light necessities for parking lots are two examples of security measures that may be taken. If the property owner fails to put in place security measures required by the State of Texas, a convenience store proprietor may be held responsible for your injuries.

During a free consultation, our experienced premises liability attorneys can perform an examination of your accident and answer any queries you may have. This will allow you to make an informed decision about how to proceed as a result of the information provided. Filing a negligent security lawsuit may draw needed attention to a serious security problem in a high-crime neighborhood, preventing future victims.

How Can A Premises Liability Attorney Assist You?


Under the law of Texas, premises liability is a difficult topic. Our knowledgeable attorneys will look at how your accident occurred and whether the property owner or company had a legal duty to keep you safe. For example, were you a hotel guest or an apartment complex renter? Commercial enterprises must verify for any hazardous situations and correct them if necessary, as well as provide timely warnings of any hazards that cannot be immediately addressed.

You should inform the company owner or property manager about the accident and seek prompt medical attention for your injuries.

In a negligent security claim, prior criminal activity at a property may be crucial. Our legal team will look into whether similar violent acts were reported to police or company management at or near the same premises. If we discover reports of other robberies, rapes, or assaults within the commercial property’s vicinity, it emphasizes that the business owner should have been aware of the lack of security and the need to take additional precautions to protect customers.

We will provide proof that the property owners did not take sufficient security measures to prevent the assault. Before the owner of the property makes any repairs, we will move swiftly to document the crime scene.

You may be contacted by an insurance adjuster working for the company where the crime took place and offered a fast settlement. The adjuster may appear to be nice and caring about your injuries. However, the adjuster is actually working for the insurance firm to decrease its liability. You should never sign anything provided by the insurance adjuster or give a recorded statement until you’ve spoken with a qualified attorney. Allow an experienced premises liability lawyer to negotiate on your behalf with the insurance company.

You can get compensation for your medical expenses, including therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder, missed income, and loss of productivity if your injuries prohibit you from returning to work as a result of a premises liability claim. Pain and suffering may also be compensated through lost wages and non-economic damages. If a loved one was killed as a result of the lack of security, you and your family may be eligible to receive compensation for medical and burial expenses, lost companionship, and other losses.

In Texas, personal injury claims have a two-year statute of limitations. This means that in most situations, you must file a lawsuit within two years of the accident. If you miss this deadline, the courts in Texas will not consider your case even if it has merit. Under Texas law, you have two years from the date of your family member’s death to bring a wrongful death claim.

What Is My Negligent Security Lawsuit Worth?


Because of the significant injuries that may arise in these instances, negligent security claims frequently settle for millions of dollars. Your negligent security lawyer will need to establish your case using an intensive inquiry to optimize your claim’s value. We go above and beyond what usual negligent security attorneys do. We’ll look into what the company’s owner knew or should have known about the likelihood of a crime happening on its premises. We do this by obtaining prior police reports on the site, using a neighborhood crime grid, engaging seasoned expert witnesses with law enforcement backgrounds, and conducting witness interviews. We proceed to assess the damages component once we’ve proved the liability of Defendant’s business. The amount of money you were wrongfully deprived of is what determines the value of your negligent security lawsuit once liability has been established.

Contact Texas Negligent Security Injury Lawyers


If you or a loved one has been killed or severely injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, you should contact our lawyers who specialize in negligent security. The consultation is optional and free. 

Call us at (888) 997-2148 now for you free consultation.

We take cases on a contingency fee basis and there are no costs unless we win, and the consultation is completely FREE. Contact us to learn what Texas Personal Injury Lawyers can accomplish for you.