Negligent Security Claims
In Florida, negligent security claims are defined as those in which a property owner fails to provide adequate security, resulting in an attack or injury. These claims can be difficult to win, as the victim must prove that the owner knew or should have known of the dangers on the property and failed to take reasonable steps to protect visitors.
If you’ve been the victim of a negligent security attack, it’s important to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney at Kemp Ruge and Green who can help you build a strong case. Proving negligence can be complex, but with the right legal guidance, you may be able to recover significant damages for your injuries.
Examples of common negligent security claims are:
– A apartment complex that does not have adequate lighting in the parking lot, resulting in a visitor being mugged
– A nightclub that fails to hire enough security guards, leading to a fight breaking out and guests being injured
– A hotel that does not have proper locks on its doors, allowing a burglar to enter and rob guests
– A property owner fails to repair a broken window or lock, resulting in a break-in and assault.
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