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Holding the Business Responsible
In general, the owners and operators of businesses and properties owe their customers and guests a duty to maintain the premises in a reasonably safe condition, inside and out. Business owners owe a duty to their guests to protect against foreseeable criminal attacks. Business owners and property managers may play a role in allowing criminal attacks on their customers to occur.
All business owners and operators have a legal obligation to protect their customers and quests against criminal activity from occurring while on their premises.
The law requires business owners, operators, and property managers in control of the premises to be vigilant and adopt appropriate security and safety measures to protect customers from danger. A rape, robbery, murder, shooting or assault is a deliberate act by a criminal, and businesses have a legal obligation to protect customers and guests from being harmed as a result of criminal activity on their premises.
The Cook Law Firm will pursue civil action against business owners, operators, property management and criminal perpetrators for all types of assaults resulting in severe injury or death.
We strive for maximum compensation to recover the following financial benefits and money damages for our clients:
— Hospital bills and future medical care
— Permanent disability or disfigurement
— Loss of income and future earnings
— Treatment for depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress
— Pain and suffering
— Infliction of emotional distress
— Mental anguish
— Loss of consortium, companionship, counseling
'Holding Businesses Accountable'
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