Atlanta Sexual Assault Lawyers
When Unsecured Premises Lead to an Avoidable Attack
Fried & Bonder, LLC — Atlanta, Georgia
Property owners have a responsibility to keep their premises safe, secure, and well-maintained, taking precautions to avoid known dangers or the recurrence of prior incidents. When a sexual assault or battery occurs on another's property, and the property owner knew of the risk or failed to take reasonable precautions to avoid the incident, the victim may be eligible for compensation.
For answers, experience and more — contact Fried & Bonder, LLC
The lawyers of Fried & Bonder fight for victims of sexual assault and battery. If a property owner's negligence caused or contributed to a sexual assault or battery, the property owner may be legally responsible.
Property Owner Negligence
Certain actions or inaction by property owners may constitute negligence in a sexual assault or battery case:
- Failure to repair a broken door
- Failure to keep public areas well-lit
- Failure to secure premises
- Failure to provide adequate security
- Failure to correct problems that caused prior attacks
The owners of apartment complexes, bars, restaurants and similar premises have a legal duty to keep their property safe and to warn visitors of known risks and threats. Victims of beatings, shootings, stabbings, sexual assault, rape, or other violent crimes can seek compensation from a property owner whose negligence contributed to an injury.
The attorneys of Fried & Bonder fight for victim's rights. If you are the victim of sexual assault or battery, they can help you seek damages for medical expenses, pain and suffering, mental and emotional suffering, humiliation, depression, and more.
Speak to a Premises Liability Attorney About Your Incident
Contact the Atlanta firm by calling 404.963.9443 or 866.439.2018 to speak to an attorney about your hospitality law or premises liability claim.