Shooting Victims

You and your family should be safe at home in your apartment complex.  You should be safe when you stop at the gas station to fill up your car.  You should be safe when you go shopping at the mall.

Most companies recognize their responsibility to protect their residents and customers from crime on their property.  They install cameras, they hire security, they keep their parking lots well lit at night, they maintain fences and gates, and they keep properties clean and free of graffiti and loitering (which invite crime).

But some companies put profit over your safety. They hoard profits and have no or broken cameras, little or no security, poor lighting, no fencing or gaps in fencing, and no or broken gates. Their properties have graffiti, trash, and loitering. These properties are open invitations to criminals. Crimes occur on and around their properties, putting them on notice of a problem. Still, they do nothing to address it.

If you were a criminal, which property would you choose to find your victims? 

The human cost is predictable. Innocent people are victims of criminals at properties owned and managed by these predator companies.  

We are here to help.  “I am on a mission to hold every careless and greedy property owner in this country responsible for their choices,” says attorney Bradley Pratt.  “Too many families have paid the price for owners putting profit over safety.  At Bayuk Pratt, we are filing lawsuits that force property owners to clean up their act.  We have recovered millions of dollars for victims of these crimes and their families, and we are making our cities safer – one lawsuit and one dangerous property at a time.”

Bayuk Pratt attorneys have used their “safety first” approach to recover millions of dollars for victims of crimes at dangerous properties. For example:

$5 million for a young man shot and seriously injured at an apartment complex

$1.6 million for young man shot at apartment complex

$4.3 million for a woman seriously injured in shopping center parking lot

$1.85 million for victim and wife shot and seriously injured at a gas station

$4.25 million for children of man shot and killed at an apartment complex

$6 million for the family of a young man shot and killed at an apartment complex

$3.7 million for mother of a teenager shot and killed at an apartment complex

$2.2 million for the family of a teenager shot and killed at an apartment complex

The injuries, pain, and suffering caused by these crimes can last a lifetime.  If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of a criminal act at a private business contact the attorneys at Bayuk Pratt for a free consultation.