Nashville Premises Liability Lawyer
Injured Due to Inadequate Security or Dangerous Premises?
In Tennessee, all property owners have a duty to keep their premises reasonably
safe for visitors. This includes hotel and apartment complex owners, retail
store owners, and even homeowners. Failing to keep their premises safe
from foreseeable hazards or unreasonable danger could put their visitors
at risk, which could ultimately result in any number of
catastrophic injuries – or even death.
For example, failing to address reports of suspicious or threatening activity
or unsecured doors, broken locks and other security breaches could contribute
to the risk of assault, rape and other criminal acts. If you or someone
you love was harmed due to negligent or inadequate security, you may have
grounds to file a lawsuit. Call the Nashville injury attorneys at Kinnard,
Clayton & Beveridge to learn more.
Ready to take action? Call (615) 933-2893 for a FREE consultation!
Other Types of Premises Liability Cases
Apart from negligent or inadequate security, there are a number of other
circumstances that could lead to a premises liability lawsuit. Some of
the most common premises liability claims involve:
Essentially, if a property owner ignores any dangerous conditions on their
premises or fails to take appropriate measures to prevent criminal activity,
they could be held accountable.
Discuss Your Case with Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge Today
If you have been injured on someone else’s property, you may have
grounds to seek compensation. Get started by discussing the facts of your
case with a Nashville personal injury lawyer at Kinnard, Clayton &
Beveridge. We offer free, no-obligation consultations, so you would have
nothing to lose by giving us a call today. Our firm is ready to put our
100+ years of collective legal experience to work for you!