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Negligent Security


Property owners and landlords of private property have a duty to protect their visitors and patrons from foreseeable dangers. Property owners are required to keep their premises relatively safe from dangerous conditions and situations. If the property owners breach their duty, then they are liable for any injuries caused by the dangerous condition existing on their property. Negligent security claims typically arise after a crime has been committed as result of the property owner’s failure to provide adequate security. Crimes arising from negligent security can include attacks, beatings, sexual assaults, and death. Negligent security law routinely focuses on third party attacks that could have been prevented had there been adequate security on the premises.

Negligent security cases commonly involve:

  • Inadequate security patrol
  • Inadequate surveillance
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Assaults
  • Negligent hiring
  • Forced entry
  • Negligent training

While crimes as a result of negligent security can occur anywhere, they most commonly occur at or in:

While some attacks cannot be avoided even if the best security is utilized, many attacks could have been prevented by the presence of adequate security. In order to prevail on a negligent security claim your attorney will have to prove that the property was not adequately secured, the property owners were aware or should have been aware of the risk, and as a result the owners failed to prevent a foreseeable attack on the premises. Being the victim of an attack can be emotionally traumatizing and even more frustrating when you realize that the incident most likely would not have happened had the property been adequately secured. Friedland | Carmona personal injury lawyers that specialize in negligent security understand this frustration and are dedicated to holding the negligent parties responsible by recovering the compensation you rightfully deserve from them.

Call the Miami Negligent Security attorneys at Friedland | Carmona today! These types of cases require a thorough investigation of the crime and an understanding of acceptable community security standards where the crime occurred. The attorneys at Friedland | Carmona will look into the premises, the area and the premises’ crime history, the community’s crime statistics and any specific risk considerations. Review of these factors will help the attorneys determine whether your attack was foreseeable.

If you were victimized and the assault was preventable had the premises been equipped with adequate security call the Miami personal injury attorneys at Friedland | Carmona today! The trial attorneys can help you recover any monetary damages for any medical expenses, lost wages and pain and suffering the attack caused you.

Call Friedland | Carmona at 305-661-2008 or fill out the contact information to your left to receive your FREE consultation; Mr. Friedland will meet with you and your family to discuss your options and advise you as to what actions need to be taken. Many victims never get the settlement they deserve because they are unsure if they have a claim. Don’t hesitate—Contact the Broward personal injury lawyers today! Let our family take care of your family!