The personal injury attorneys at Kemp, Ruge & Green Law Group are explaining to the public the meaning of a negligent security claim.
(Tampa, FL February 2022) Many people in the West Kennedy area of Tampa are often not aware of the Florida laws regarding property owners.
If a Florida resident has been harmed while on property owned by someone else, this is often due to negligent security. A knowledgeable Tampa personal injury attorney will explain that negligence simply means that someone was careless about keeping up their obligations in one form or another.
In Florida, the obligation that a property owner has is the obligation to provide safe premises for anyone who is on those premises. Visitors need to be able to walk safely to the building and be able to safely conduct their business within the building.
If a person is hurt by someone else, residents may think that the only thing that happens is that the person who hurt them will be tried in criminal court. This is true—but the personal injury attorney in Tampa at Kemp, Ruge & Green explains that the injured party can also bring suit against the property owner.
To receive compensation to pay for medical bills, and other expenses of your injury, the victim of the assault will need to bring a negligent security lawsuit against the owner of the property. Also, the Tampa personal injury lawyers at Kemp, Ruge & Green explain that both commercial and residential property owners have the obligation to make sure the property is a safe space.
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