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Wyoming Negligent Security Lawyer
Getting hurt is terrible. Getting hurt because someone else was negligent is worse. You’re left suffering because someone did not do their job the way they were supposed to. It’s not fair and you deserve to have justice. You don’t deserve to be in pain. We care about you getting justice for your serious injuries. You can contact Wyoming negligent security lawyer Fred Harrison to guide you through a negligent security claim. Call us today for a free consultation.
Do’s and Don’ts for a Successful Claim
You’re in pain after your incident on someone else’s property. You need to see a doctor immediately. Get treatment for your injuries as soon as you possibly can. You should not wait to see a doctor for any reason because the insurance company will be looking to see when and why you get medical treatment. Waiting for a doctor will not help your health or your claim if you’re looking to start feeling better and win a negligent security case.
The fact is that the insurance company wants to prevent you from getting what you deserve in terms of compensation. Do not by any means give them a recorded statement. They will use their tricks to get you to say something that could ruin your case. An answer that you thought was innocuous could end up being the one thing that ruins your case. They are trained to ask you questions that get you to say something that would allow them to claim your injuries aren’t so bad or that they aren’t liable for what happened to you.
The best way to protect your rights is to hire a Wyoming negligent security lawyer to defend you.
How a Wyoming Negligent Security Lawyer Can Help You
This is probably new territory for you. You have never had to represent yourself in a negligent security claim before. You could easily make mistakes because you don’t know what to expect. Plus, you’d be trying to do this on top of your own priorities, such as going to work. We wouldn’t think any of our clients has the time, energy, or resources to learn how to become an efficient representative of their own negligent security claim. It’s not your job to have to do that. Your job right now is recovery.
A lawyer’s entire job is to represent cases like yours. It would be a bad idea to try to go this alone when you could choose to have a lawyer who does this every day. It would make as much sense to try to fill your own cavity when you know you can go to a professional dentist who will do it right for you. Save yourself a lot of trouble and get in contact with a Wyoming negligent security lawyer to help you win your claim.
Who Should I File a Claim Against?
The thing about a negligent security claim is that the defendant is going to be the owner of the property that you were hurt on. That may not be the person who physically harmed you, but they are responsible for your harm, nonetheless.
Negligent security claims deal with people who are injured in robberies, assault, muggings, etc. You may think you should bring a case against the mugger or robber. You can, but you are more likely to be successful by bringing a negligent security claim against the property owner for not protecting you from this harm.
Negligent security claims need to involved some proof if you are to move forward toward compensation.
First, you need to be able to identify the property owner at the time you were involved in a violent crime on the property.
Then, you have to be able to prove that this property owner knew there was potential for harm but did nothing to prevent it. For example, a property owner who knows that there have been several violent muggings in parking lots in the area but did not add extra security measures to their own parking lot might be liable if you were seriously injured in a mugging in their parking lot.
Last, you need to be able to prove that the actions of the property owner directly resulted in your injuries. Had that property owner lit up the parking lot, had a security guard patrol the area and/or installed security cameras, you may not have been violently mugged.
Call Wyoming Negligent Security Lawyer Fred Harrison Today
You deserve to have someone experienced in your corner. Don’t try to do this alone. We want to help you. Fred Harrison is a skilled and dedicated Wyoming negligent security lawyer who is happy to help. We want to hold these liable parties responsible for their actions and possibly prevent them from doing more harm to more people. Contact our office today to schedule a free consultation.