Inadequate security may place tourists in Hawaii at risk

On Behalf of | Jan 13, 2016 | Premises Liability |

Hawaii is known as one of the world’s most beautiful tourist locations, with myriad vacationers visiting the islands each year. Those who own premises visited by tourists — such as restaurants, hotels or shopping centers — are obligated to provide for the safety of their patrons. Inadequate security, as well as physical debris or hazards, can place tourists at risk for accidents and injuries.

If you have been injured on private or public property, you might be considering filing a personal injury claim in order to seek accountability from those whose negligence led to your injuries. At Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks, our team of experienced attorneys is dedicated to helping those who have suffered when a property owner has failed to provide for the safety and well-being of guests. We have successfully represented clients in various situations, including those who have been injured from balcony falls, swimming pool accidents and dog bites.

We have obtained settlements and verdicts for a great number of clients, including tourists, other service providers and construction workers. Our extensive understanding of personal injury law aids us in our investigation to help an injured client identify all possible sources of liability. Building upon our prior experience and successful record in court, we are prepared to guide you through the entire process of filing a personal injury claim and seeking the maximum compensation to which you may be entitled.

The attorneys at Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks are available for consultation to assist accident victims throughout Hawaii. A civil court will often issue a monetary judgment following a successfully litigated claim in order to compensate victims for the damages they have sustained. If you have suffered an injury due to inadequate security or other premises hazards, or have lost a loved one in similar circumstances, you can begin the process of seeking justice by retaining legal assistance in the matter.