Negligent security claims are some of the most complex cases we handle at The Gunnels Law Firm, LLC. As a result, there are plenty of things to know about negligent security claims that you should be aware of before consulting with an attorney. For more information, contact our Atlanta office today.
Things to Know About Negligent Security Claims | Report the Incident
When we are approached by potential clients who have a negligent security case, we often find that they have harmed their case without even knowing it. One thing that we see is that clients fail to report whatever has occurred to the proper authorities. It’s essential to call the police and have an accident or incident report prepared and to make sure that the police are investigating whatever crime has been committed. That helps us document the claim going forward, and also allows us to have a lot of assistance in investigating the claim, which can be beneficial to you and the claim once it goes to litigation.
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Things to Know About Negligent Security Claims | Seek Immediate Medical Attention
Also, we see clients harm their cases by failing to immediately seek medical attention. It’s essential to immediately seek medical care if you have injuries. Often, what appears to be a minor injury can turn into a major injury, and we want to make sure those injuries are documented as close in time to the negligent security event as possible.
Things to Know About Negligent Security Claims | Hire the Right Attorney
Finally, we see people fail to hire the right attorney. If you hire an attorney who doesn’t know how to handle a negligent security matter and doesn’t know how to preserve the appropriate evidence, your case can disappear before you know it.
The right lawyer will be able to guide you through your negligence security case. Our Atlanta negligence security lawyer has handled many cases like yours and knows the proper steps to ensuring that you have the strongest case possible. We are here to help you succeed, even if it means taking your case all the way to trial if need be. Please call our Atlanta office today to set up your free initial consultation.