Did Negligent Security Cause Your Injuries?

If you have suffered serious injuries and damages due to a commercial or residential property owner's failure to take proper security precautions, you have the right to take legal action for compensation. The Law Offices of Kenneth E. Chase, PC, in Scottsdale, Arizona, can help.

We believe that victims of negligent security deserve the full attention of an experienced attorney. When you choose our law firm to handle your case, you will be represented by a lawyer who has more than 35 years of experience handling these cases. You can rest assured that when you retain Kenneth E. Chase to represent you, Mr. Chase, with more than 35 years of experience, will be your attorney from beginning to end. At our law firm, each client is important to us, and we will always treat you that way. We will always recognize you as an individual and you will never be treated as a number. At our law firm, these are not just words; they are what we live by.

Our law firm has successfully pursued claims for injuries and damages, including medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, permanent disability or impairment, and other related expenses in the most complex negligent security cases. No matter what obstacle we may be faced with, we will use our experience and our full resources to protect your rights and interests, and take action, always with your best interests in mind. Contact us today.

Negligent security cases can stem from issues in residential properties, such as apartment buildings. They can also happen in commercial properties, including office buildings, malls, gas stations and more.

These cases involve crimes such as assault, rape, robbery and other serious crimes. A victim of such crimes can suffer serious harm or even wrongful death due to a property owner failing to take the appropriate security measures to protect those on the property.

We believe in the importance of investigation. Often, we find that property owners were well aware of the potential for criminal activity on their property. Police records may indicate that a property has had a long history of police calls and complaints. This evidence makes it clear that a property owner should have taken security precautions, but failed to do so.

Proper precautions that could have been taken can vary. Perhaps something as simple as a warning sign advising visitors to the property to be particularly careful would prevent a crime. In other situations, proper lighting may have helped. Other times, newer locks.

Contact our law firm to discuss your legal options. Call 480-428-2353 or 877-567-6414 or contact us online.