Attacked Or Injured By A Criminal?
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Get Compensation For An Injury Resulting From Inadequate Security Or Assault
Many property owners have a duty to protect and provide a reasonable level of security to all visitors at such properties as:
- Shopping centers, malls and retail stores
- Grocery stores and liquor stores
- Apartment complexes
- Restaurants and bars
- Government buildings
- Nursing homes
Injuries and accidents caused by inadequate security include instances in which security guards were not trained well enough or were absent, adequate security deterrents (e.g., cameras and metal detectors) were not in place or functioning properly, security response time was poor or there was no ability to sound an emergency alarm.
Property owners have a duty to protect patrons, but you must file a claim in time if you wish to take legal action.
The statute of limitations deadline approaches quicker than you think:
- The statute of limitations for claims against private property owners is two years.
- Injured parties wishing to file a claim against a public or government entity must notify the entity of the intent to file a claim within 90 days, in some cases.
How We Can Help You
At Hoyt & Hoyt, PC, we can handle all legal aspects of your claim and help you obtain proper medical attention if we take on your case. We will assemble a team of specialists for your unique case, including medical, security and economic experts who can help us build a solid personal injury case on your behalf.
Attorney Jack Hoyt is a certified civil trial attorney through the New Jersey Supreme Court, and he will begin preparing your case for trial from day one. The property owner's liability insurance coverage is our target.
Time Is Of The Essence In A Premises Liability Claim
We need to inspect the scene, obtain witness testimony, examine the police report and document your injuries as soon as possible. Securing your maximum deserved compensation depends on quick action.
We will pursue compensation on your behalf for your past, present and future damages and losses relating to injuries, including:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages/income
- Pain and suffering
- Rehabilitation and therapy
- Long-term care needs and disability
- Punitive damages
Get An Advocate And A Compassionate Representative
We are familiar with the range of devastating physical and mental injuries that can result from assault, rape and weapons crimes. Our lawyers are ready to fight for you.