Tucson Premises Liability Attorneys

Inadequate Security and Property Owner Liability in Accidents and Crimes

Business and property owners, and property managers, have a legal duty to use reasonable care to ensure the safety of patrons, guests and residents. When the owner or manager of a business or real estate has knowledge of an unreasonably dangerous condition on the property, the owner is obligated to repair or otherwise remedy the condition, or warn of the danger. If the owner or manager learns of a dangerous situation, like criminal activity, the owner is required to provide reasonable security, give warnings, or take other reasonable measures to make the premises reasonably safe.

When inadequate security or negligent maintenance at a business property results in injury or death, the victims or their family may have a claim for compensation or damages under Arizona premises liability law.

The Tucson law firm of Bache & Lynch represents clients who suffer serious personal injury or the wrongful death of a loved one in accidents caused by negligent security, dangerous conditions,  or lax safety measures on residential or commercial properties throughout southern Arizona.

Our experienced attorneys also handle cases of school or day care liability in situations in which children are severely injured due to a negligent lack of supervision. We fight for full compensation in premises liability claims and lawsuits.

Victims Resources

Explore the following resources that may offer help for you and your family after you have been injured or lost a family member as a result of a criminal act.

National Center for Victims of Crime
1-800-211-7996
//www.ncvc.org

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
(800)GET-MADD
//www.madd.org/az/pima

Child help USA
1-800-4-A-Child
//www.childhelpusa.org

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
(303)839-1852
//www.ncadv.org

National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence
(512)407-9020
//www.ncdsv.org

Darkness to Light (Child Sexual Abuse)
1-866-For-Light
//www.darkness2light.org

End Stalking in America
//www.esia.net

Homicide Survivors, Inc.
(520)740-5729

Arizona Children’s Advocacy Center
(602)369-8845
//www.azcac.org

Southern Arizona Child and Family Advocacy Center
(520)319-5511

Casa Grande Center Against Abuse
(520)836-0858

Arizona Resources
Arizona Governor’s Office, Adviser for Victims (602-364-2235)
//www.governor.state.az.us

Arizona Attorney General’s Office
(602)542-4085
//www.azag.gov

Arizona Voice for Crime Victims
(480)600-2661
//www.voiceforvictims.org

Arizona Crime Victims
//www.dps.state.az.us/azvictims

West Valley Child Crisis Center
(623)848-8863
//www.wvccc.org

Area Agency on Aging- Phoenix
(602)264-HELP

Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence
(602)279-2900
//www.azcadv.org

Mothers Against Drunk Driving- Valley of the Sun
(602)240-6500
//www.madd.org/chapter/0,1073,0400,00.html

Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault
(520)327-1171
//www.sacasa.org

An Abuse, Rape, and Domestic Violence Aid and Resource Collection (Arizona)
//www.aardvarc.org/victim/states/azvic.shtml

ADC Office of Victim Services
1-866-787-7233 | 602-542-1853
[email protected]

Homicide Survivors, Inc.
32 N. Stone, Suite 1408
Tucson, AZ 85701
(520) 740-5729 – Office
(520) 740-5773 – Fax
[email protected] – Email

The Arizona Department of Corrections (ADC) is committed to providing victims of crime and their families continued dedicated service.

VICTIM SERVICES

//www.adc.state.az.us/FAQs/Victim%20Notification.htm
The Office of Victim Services (OVS) within the Arizona Department of Corrections seeks to make sure that all crime victims are treated with dignity and respect throughout an inmate’s incarceration and community supervision/parole periods. OVS provides comprehensive victim services and has implemented victim-focused Restorative Justice programs, which hold offenders accountable for their conduct.
//www.azcorrections.gov

Every victim of crime is entitled to Safety, Healing, Justice and Restitution. The Arizona Department of Public Safety’s Crime Victim Services website for victims of crime, their families and friends.
//www.azvictims.com

National Organization of Parents Of Murdered Children, Inc.®

National POMC
100 East Eighth Street, Suite 202
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202

(513) 721-5683 (phone)
(513) 345-4489 (fax)
Toll Free: (888) 818-POMC
//www.pomc.com

1-800-FYI-CALL

National Center for Victims of Crime
2000 M Street NW, Suite 480
Washington, DC 20036 Phone: (202) 467-8700
Fax: (202) 467-8701

The National Center for Victims of Crime is the nation’s leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims and those who serve them. Since its inception in 1985, the National Center has worked with grassroots organizations and criminal justice agencies throughout the United States serving millions of crime victims.
//www.ncvc.org

The Online Directory of Crime Victim Services, an OVC resource designed to help service providers and individuals locate nonemergency crime victim service agencies in the United States and abroad.
//ovc.ncjrs.org/findvictimservices

Missing/Unsolved murder
//www.vidocq.org

Unsolved cases
//www.carolesundfoundation.com

National Victims’ Constitutional Amendment Network
//www.nvcan.org

National Crime Information Exchange, a site for unsolved crimes
//www.angelfire.com/nc/crimeinformation

National Center for Victims of Crime
//www.ncvc.org

NOVA Home Page
//www.try-nova.org

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
//www.missingkids.com

Victim-Assistance Online
//www.vaonline.org

OVC
//www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc/welcome.html

Grief
//www.webhealing.com

A Grief like No Other
//www.theatlantic.com/issues/97sep/grief.htm

Klass Missing-Murdered Children
//www.klaaskids.org

Contact Bache & Lynch

To discuss your rights and legal options under premises liability law regarding an accident caused by negligent maintenance of a dangerous condition or assault caused by inadequate security, please call our Tucson personal injury law firm at 520-293-5300. You may also contact us by using the Contact Form above for more information or to schedule a free consultation with an experienced lawyer.

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