Have You Been Assaulted While Using An ATM?
ATMs and other automated bank machines are often the center of robberies and assaults. Criminals observe individuals withdrawing money and making transactions, and see them as easy prey. Unfortunately, many people are seriously injured in the assaults that take place at these locations.
At the Law Office of Elliot Glicksman, PLLC, in Tucson, Arizona, we are aggressive in our defense of clients who have been assaulted and injured while using an ATM or bank machine. Our firm focuses on standing up for victim’s rights and ensuring that the negligent party be held responsible.
Contact our office today to learn more about how we handle cases involving clients who have been injured while using an ATM or bank machine.
Whether or not a weapon was used in the commission of the crime against you, injuries suffered can be extremely serious. We help assault victims at ATM/Bank machines who have sustained injuries such as:
- Head and traumatic brain injuries
- Broken bones
- Severe lacerations and abrasions
- Neck, back and spinal cord injuries
- Knife wounds
- Bullet wounds
Our firm also handles wrongful death cases for families of individuals who were unfortunately killed during a robbery or assault at an ATM or bank machine.
In many cases, the bank or owner of the ATM or bank machine may be liable for some portion of your damages. They are responsible to provide adequate lighting and safe access to their machines in order to provide for the safety of users. However, if security cameras, lighting or other safety precautions are not taken, the institution may be responsible for compensating you for pain and suffering, lost wages, medical expenses, and other damages incurred during the attack.
Speak With An Attorney
You do not have to face your injuries or attacker alone. Our firm can stand up for your rights as an assault victim at an ATM or bank machine and see that the aggressor is held criminally and civilly responsible. Contact the Law Office of Elliot Glicksman to schedule a free initial consultation. Call us at 520-628-8878 or 520-323-4559.
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