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Do you have questions about filing a negligent security claim if your attacker was an employee? Watch this video, then call our attorneys.
Can a negligent security claim be filed if the attacker was an employee?
We heard from a gentleman the other day. He was here at a local business in Katy, Texas, and he was assaulted pretty badly by an employee. This gentleman asked, “Wait a minute, who’s responsible? I think I have a negligent security case. They shouldn’t have allowed that person to work there.” The gentleman I was talking to used social media to track down this employee and found a colorful past. The restaurant never should’ve hired this person and he shouldn’t have been allowed to interact with the public. “This is negligent security,” he said, “The business should have kept me secure from this type of person.”
By hiring someone with a checkered background, you run the risk of having a not-so-safe situation. We explained it’s not technically a negligent security case, but you do have a case. You have a case against the employer for this kind of situation, but this wouldn’t technically be a negligent security case.
The most important thing to do is find a personal injury trial lawyer. You want to find a trial lawyer because that trial lawyer is going to make sure that the evidence and the witnesses from day one are secure. A personal injury attorney will also make sure that your case is proved up correctly so the insurance company compensates you fairly and reasonably for what happened.
If you have a question about your negligent security case or have been assaulted by an employee of a business, we invite you to give us a call today. As always, legal consultations are free of charge, so please feel free to reach out to us right away.
Did you or a loved one get severely injured in Texas and have questions about what to do if your attacker was an employee? Contact our experienced Texas Negligent Security Lawyers today for a free legal consultation and case evaluation.
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