Negligent Security Claims
OUR MIAMI ATTORNEYS HAVE RECOVERED OVER $65 MILLION FOR CLIENTS
Negligent and inadequate security claims occur when Miami business owners fail to implement reasonable security measures to protect customers from crime. As a rule, premises liability law protects property owners from liability for crimes that occur on their properties. There are circumstances that remove this protection, such as a pattern of crime on or around the property and businesses that are highly susceptible to criminal activity.
For example, if you live in an apartment complex in Miami where a large number of robberies have occurred, the property owner has an obligation to provide increased security measures. Better lighting, security guards and improved maintenance are all examples of additional steps that can and should be taken to prevent negligent or inadequate security.
EXAMPLES OF NEGLIGENT AND INADEQUATE SECURITY
If property owners are aware of issues with or on their property, appropriate and swift action must be taken to improve security and safety for persons using the property. If they fail to do so, victims can seek compensation for their resulting injuries with the help of a Miami personal injury lawyer. Examples of negligent and inadequate security breaches include:
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To learn more about how to file a Negligent Security injury claim, please call us at (305) 998-5595 or simply submit your case below, and one of our Team Members will be with you shortly. All our Team Members are waiting for your call, and are available to speak with you in either English or Spanish.
1. Submit Your Case Form
Fill out and submit the Case Evaluation Form located below to provide us with a better idea of your situation and condition.
2. Schedule Your Meeting
We will call you within 24 hours of your case submission to schedule a time for you to meet with one of our award winning attorneys.
3. Meet With Your Attorney
An attorney will meet with you to hear your case, discuss your options, and help you with you next steps in moving your case forward.
Enter your contact information below and provide us with a brief summary of How you were injured so we can know how to better handle your case. Once we hear from you, one of our qualified team members will contact you within 24 hours to schedule your free consultation with one of our award winning attorneys. It is really that simple.