Premises Liability Lawyers in Pittsburgh
Property owners have the responsibility of securing their premises to ensure that visitors are safe from any violence or crime while on the property. When a property owner is negligent in this area, an innocent victim could suffer from serious injury due to a violent crime such as assault, rape or robbery. Proper security measures include security cameras, security guards, an alarm system, and adequate lighting. Lack of any of these could result in a premises liability claim for negligent security.
If you have been injured because there was not adequate security on someone else’s property, find out what a Pittsburgh personal injury lawyer can do for you by calling the offices of Balzarini & Watson. We maintain a network of investigators and other professionals who will study the circumstances of your accident and injury to determine whether or not you can recover your damages through a personal injury claim. You must be able to prove that your damages were the direct result of negligent security, and we can help you do that. Set up your case evaluation today!
Find a Pittsburgh Personal Injury Attorney
Balzarini & Watson can provide the counsel and representation you need to obtain compensation for any injuries resulting from negligent security. We can establish the liability of the property owner and can litigate aggressively for maximum compensation. Call today to discuss your case with a personal injury lawyer who will work with you directly instead of passing your case off to a paralegal or associate. We believe in personal service and outstanding case results. Also, members of our team have been AV® Rated* by Martindale-Hubbell® for more than 25 years, and our firm has been featured in Pittsburgh’s Top Rated Lawyers® magazine. Contact our firm for more information!
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