Washington, D.C., Negligent Security Lawyer

Maryland Inadequate Security Attorney

Property owners in the District of Columbia and Maryland have a responsibility to provide adequate measures to protect visitors from assault, robbery and other violence by patrons or others on their property.

If you suffered injury from assault on a business property, public space or residential property in the D.C. area or Maryland, talk to an attorney at Fay Law Group, P.A., in Washington, D.C. Over our 40-year history of protecting the rights of victims of negligence and misconduct, our attorneys have earned recognition as one of the region's pre-eminent personal injury litigation firms. We have recovered millions of dollars in financial damages for our clients, including settlements and jury verdicts awarded for injuries resulting from fights, sexual assault and robbery. We are ready to be your voice for full and fair compensation.

How Do You Prove Financial Damages in a Security Negligence Case?

To settle a negligent security injury claim or win in court, your lawyer needs to provide a clear explanation of the relationship between your assault injuries and financial damages you suffered. As your representative, it is our responsibility to show how and why the property owner should be responsible for compensating you.

Just as important as proving the property owner's liability is the need to prove a complete and accurate demand for the appropriate amount of money damages you are entitled to. Our attorneys work closely with you, your doctor and consulting experts to provide a fair assessment of the total compensation you should seek.

Free Consultation · We Represent Clients on a Contingency Fee Basis

Our Washington, D.C., negligent security attorneys represent clients throughout the District of Columbia and Maryland. Call us at 202-644-8854 or toll free 800-522-2715 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a free consultation. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis — no attorneys' fees unless we help you recover money damages in a settlement or jury verdict.