Night Deposit Assault And Robbery Victim Lawyers

Assaults and robberies happen at night deposit boxes. Banks know about the attacks, choose not to warn the public about the risk and fail to address the threat. This is the sad reality. In many situations, the danger could be alleviated by increasing security or properly warning customers about previous attacks.

Instead, bank managers decide that adding or updating security measures is too expensive. And rather than educating the public about previous attacks, businesses leave generic warnings that fail to describe the actual danger.

At Chandler McNulty LLP, we are committed to prosecuting corporate defendants in private civil court for knowingly putting the public in danger. We represent individuals in Houston and throughout Texas in a range of premises liability cases. Our attorneys have gone up against some of the largest corporations in the country, and we have earned a reputation for always going the extra mile to protect our clients’ rights.

Could The Attack Have Been Prevented?

Banks and other financial institutions are common targets of criminal activity. In many situations, bank managers recognize patterns in the attacks against their patrons, and could take simple measures to address the dangers. Adding lights, increasing the number of security guards, updating security cameras could all help prevent attacks.

When banks put the public in danger by failing to address security concerns, they need to be held accountable. At Chandler McNulty LLP, we believe that part of our job as trial lawyers is to make America safer, and we do that by prosecuting one negligent corporation at time.

Learn more about the representation we provide by scheduling your free consultation. We can be reached through an online contact form or by calling (713) 997-8310.

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