Security Negligence

Elite Negligent Security Attorney Serving Clients Throughout Florida

Security Negligence is a serious issue. When criminal activity occurs on a property, the responsibility lies on the owner or overseer of the premises to prove that he/she had put in place adequate security measures to ensure that such activities were prevented. Business owners and property owners have a civic responsibility to ensure that tenants or invited individuals who visit their locations are protected from foreseeable harm. With criminal charges, it is often common to sue the culprit of such crimes; however, property owners are also liable for any security breaches that occur within their premises. It is also important to note that, with violent crimes, finding the culprit is usually improbable and can be quite difficult. It is, therefore, easier to locate the owners of such properties, upon which a judgment can be meted.

The timing of violent crimes is not often predictable. This makes it very possible for just about anyone to be a victim. It is therefore vital that property owners put measures in place to ensure that everyone visiting their property is safe. Unfortunately, this is not often the case, and people will often suffer injury or harm when visiting stores and places of business. It is even more appalling that business owners will often try to absolve themselves of all responsibilities and blame the perpetrators leaving you all alone to handle any losses and treatment that may be required.

What Can You Do?
You can rest assured that you will get the justice you deserve with Sander Law. With years of experience, we have provided countless victims of crimes with the legal representation they need to seek redress while ensuring that they get the compensation they rightly deserve. We are dedicated to fighting on behalf of victims of physical and emotional harm, robberies, assaults, shootings, rape, death, and any injuries. We start by conducting in-depth investigations into your complaints to ensure that we build a strong case to support you.

What Do You Need To Prove?

When suing for negligence in security, we set out to show that the property owners either failed to provide reasonable measures to prevent such breaches or failed to provide security warnings to invitees. Such failures to prevent foreseeable crimes entitles victims to compensation.  Examples of such properties/locations include:

  • Shopping malls
  • Bars
  • Gas stations
  • Parking lots
  • Public housing
  • Apartment complexes
  • Hotels and motels
  • Convenience stores
  • Nightclubs
  • Restaurants
  • Strip malls and others

 

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