Gunshot Victim Compensation Lawyer in Largo, Maryland
It Can Happen in the Blink of an Eye
Once the trigger has been pulled, there's no going back. The injuries resulting from gunshots can be severe and the medical costs alone can follow you for years. But what if these injuries could have been prevented? The person who fired the gun and caused your injuries is to blame but he or she may not be the only one. Commercial property owners and business owners have a legal responsibility to provide adequate security on their property and within their buildings and premises. Many times, these reasonable security measures can discourage a crime from occurring in the first place. If you or a loved one was injured or killed on commercial property, you deserve answers. You deserve justice.
At the Stan Derwin Brown Law Office, LLC, in Largo, Maryland, skilled home invasion liability, premises security liability, negligent security and inadequate security litigator Stan Brown helps people get the compensation they need to mount a full recovery. He cares about his clients and will never accept a settlement that is not in their best interest.
Are you the victim of a home invasion, firearm or weapon shooting? The shooter may not be the only one liable for your injuries. To discuss your gunshot victim compensation options with an experienced attorney, call 301.883.8888 now.
Seeking Full Compensation for Gunshot Victims
Attorney Stan Brown has dedicated his legal practice to seeking compensation for the crime victims that were injured on commercial property or within business establishments. He represents gunshot and shooting victims who were injured in a variety of settings, such as during a:
- Gang-related incident
- Sexual assault, rape, domestic violence or stalking
- Home invasions & residential robberies at rental apartment complexes
A commercial property owner or business owner does not have to physically harm you to be liable. Negligence in failing to provide reasonable security can harm you just as badly. Even if a shooting occurs in your own apartment due to a home invasion, the property owner, landlord, security company or management company may still be liable if shoddy security allowed the perpetrator access to your building's common area.
Get the restitution you are entitled to by the law. If you've been victimized by gunshots or a shooting, you need an experienced gunshot victim compensation attorney on your side. Contact the Stan Derwin Brown Law Office today for a free initial consultation.