Homicide Victim Compensation Lawyer in Largo, Maryland
Commercial property owners and business owners are required by law to provide adequate security on their properties and within their buildings and premises to help discourage crimes and injuries from occurring on their property. When they neglect their responsibility, they may be held liable for reasonably foreseeable crimes that result. If you have lost a loved one to a homicide on commercial property or within a business establishment, you owe it to yourself and your loved one to find out all the legal options available.
Experienced homicide victim compensation lawyer Stan Brown provides heirs and survivors of homicide victims in Maryland and Washington, D.C., with an aggressive pursuit of their rights. If you have lost a loved one to homicide, he can help you understand the legal process and what steps you can take to fight for compensation from the liable parties.
If your loved one was the victim of a home invasion robbery, and/or a homicide on commercial property or within a business establishment, your family deserves justice. To discuss your legal options with an experienced homicide victim compensation attorney, contact the Stan Derwin Brown Law Office, LLC, now.
Who Shares Liability for Your Loved One’s Death?
Whether your loved one was murdered at a rental apartment complex ( home invasions & residential robberies), office building complex, condominium complex, shopping mall, gas station, convenience store, nightclub, bar or restaurant, the perpetrator may not be the only one to blame. Negligent security and inadequate security may have contributed to the occurrence of the crime. Poorly trained security personnel, lack of sufficient lighting, unsecured perimeter gates or broken door locks in an area that is known to have experienced criminal activity in the past, may have been a significant factor in the events that led to the victim’s death. It is important to find out all the facts surrounding the crime.
If inadequate security was a factor in the crime, you may be able to file a lawsuit against the negligent commercial property owner or business owner. Contact Attorney Stan Brown as soon as possible, so he can begin compiling evidence and forming a basis for your lawsuit. He will work diligently to secure the compensation you and your surviving family members deserve and will never accept a settlement that is not in your best interest.
Fight for your rights. Call 301-883-8888 now for a free initial consultation with Attorney Stan Brown.