Durham Inadequate Security Lawyer
Property owners have a duty to properly manage, supervise and operate their property to protect the public from unnecessary risk of harm. They have a duty to take reasonable security measures that are designed to prevent the risk of known or reasonably foreseeable dangers.
If you have been injured due to a property owner's negligence, you may be able to obtain compensation for your injuries. Negligent security claims may arise in a variety of ways:
- Inadequate lighting
- Security guard negligence
- Insufficient security personnel
- Attacks by employees, e.g. bouncers and security guards
If you have been assaulted or injured in an accident that was caused by a property owner's negligence, contact a personal injury lawyer at the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
More Than 35 Years of Experience
People who choose to retain the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd can be confident that they are in the hands of an experienced and highly capable personal injury attorney who is committed to protecting their rights. At our firm, we take a limited number of cases and fight diligently on behalf of each of the clients we serve. Our founding attorney, Wade E. Byrd, has more than 35 years of experience handling personal injury claims.
We actively investigate each case and prepare thoroughly for the possibility of trial in each case. We know from experience that insurance companies are more willing to offer a fair settlement offer when they know that a plaintiff is represented by a skilled trial lawyer who is willing and thoroughly prepared to take a case to trial when necessary. Our thorough preparation and reputation as resolute advocates are decided advantages for anyone who has suffered serious injuries as a result of the negligence or wrongdoing of others.
To contact a North Carolina negligent security lawyer at the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd, call 910-323-2555 or contact us by e-mail. We are pleased to offer a free consultation. We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, so you pay no fees to us unless we recover compensation for you.