Acclaimed Litigators For
Catastrophic Injuries

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We Fight For The Rights Of Violent Crime Victims

Violent crime is a fact of life in our society and causes much harm and suffering to victims of crime and their families. But crime victims have rights. They may have a course of action against the perpetrators of violence, or against property owners and those in authority who failed to take reasonable steps to protect the public from obvious dangers.

Leemon + Royer, PLLC, has successfully sued private property owners who failed to address issues of proper security measures and governmental agencies whose failure to supervise employees led to criminal acts and bodily harm.

If you or a family member has suffered injury in such circumstances, we may be able to help you obtain compensation for your suffering and losses. Call us at 866-248-3845 to arrange for a free consultation. We can explain the legal process and the civil remedies available to you.

Our Attorneys Are Leaders In Victims’ Rights Litigation

A violent crime victim can feel alone and abused, not just by the criminal but by the system. At Leemon + Royer, PLLC, we help victims of criminal violence, wrongful death and sexual impropriety obtain compensation and justice for the wrongs done to them. And we give them a chance to get their lives back.

Attorney Mark Leemon is a leader in victims’ rights litigation. In the landmark case Taggart v. State of Washington, he established the principle that the state can be sued when parole officers fail to properly supervise parolees and that failure leads to the commission of criminal acts. That principle can also be applied to other types of an institution’s negligence as well.

Contact Us For Trusted Victims’ Rights Advocacy You Can Rely On

Too many crime victims think that justice is served out only in criminal court. But they may be able to obtain a measure of justice in civil court. At Leemon + Royer, PLLC, we will work to obtain justice, compensation, fairness and a recognition of the wrongs done.

For a free consultation with Leemon + Royer, PLLC, call 866-248-3845 or contact us online.