New Mexico property and business owners are responsible to prevent harm caused by conditions that could cause foreseeable injuries. McGraw & Strickland believes that every business should put the safety of people first.
People depend on businesses, including retail stores, construction sites and apartment complexes, to provide safe premises and adequate security for its patrons and employees. Every business should know that insufficient security or other unsafe conditions can and do result in serious injury.
When a business or property owner fails to take the proper measures to maintain a safe environment, they can be held liable for that failure.
There are many different kinds of situation and injuries that can result from a business or property owner filing to put safety first, including:
– people injured as a result of crime-inviting features, such as a lack of windows and exterior lighting;
– people injured by unsafe construction;
– unsafe apartment complexes that invite criminal activity;
If you have been harmed by a business that was unwilling to put safety first by failing to address predictable dangers on their premises, please contact us. We would like to help you.
Personal injury attorney Mollie McGraw recently became one of the few attorneys in New Mexico to receive an eight-figure jury verdict. She and her co-counsel Ben Davis represent the estate and two children of a 31-year old man killed when a bullet pierced the front door of his rented condo at a crime-ridden complex in Albuquerque. A Santa Fe jury found the defendants, a condo association and property management company, were liable and awarded $12 million. Click here to read the press release.