Negligent security cases are commonly seen as a result of inadequate security. Most businesses have the responsibility of providing adequate security in order to protect their patrons. Shopping centers, office buildings, schools, hotels, retails stores or night clubs are classified as commercial use. The state of Florida requires property owners to provide safety to all patrons and visitors while at their establishment.
Many victims that suffer from negligent security attacks due to circumstances that were preventable. Owners can prevent dangerous situations by ensuring advance planning or action from something foreseeable occurring. Some of the most common types of negligent security are failure to properly secure gates, failure to provide adequate staff or security guards, failure to have surveillance cameras, failure to warn persons of known dangers.
Most victims are protected by the laws when it comes to public premise safety. It’s a property owners legal duty to ensure a basic level of security while on their premises. Any criminal act such as assaults, robberies, or other violence caused due to dangers while on the property are considered an act of negligent security. Anytime a business fails to provide adequate security they are considered liable.
In many cases, victims of an attack caused by negligent security is preventable. However, most business fail to provide the adequate security. As a result, criminal acts leave victims in dangerous conditions or injured. If you or your loved ones have been a victim of an attack that could have been prevented let us help you. Darfoor Law Firm will help with your recovery for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and more. Allow the personal injury attorneys at Darfoor Law Firm to assist by calling us directly at 1-833 DARFOOR (327-3667).
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