The same law that applies to victims of sexual assault and abuse also applies to other crimes.
When someone has been injured by conduct that could be criminal, it is possible that the conduct will also give rise to a civil case. In some cases, other people have allowed the criminal conduct to occur.
For instance, if a convenience store fails to provide adequate security in a known high-risk area, they may be liable to a victim of crime. If an individual is shot inside a business open to the public, did that business take reasonable precautions to prevent crime?
These cases are very dependent on the facts of what happened, but:
may all have rights in the civil justice system.
With the Koller Trial Law, the role of attorney advocate is taken seriously. A clear, objective and informed assessment from an experienced legal advocate will help you to determine what course of action is right for you. That is why we are honest about your case and your situation based on the facts and circumstances of your case.
Every employee of Koller Trial Law is trauma-informed and understands the need for extreme confidentiality.