Any act of violence or theft against you is a violation of your basic rights and can have a lasting impact on your physical and emotional well being. Property owners have the responsibility to provide basic security for visitors and residents of that property. When negligent security leads to an incident that results in an injury to you or a loved one, you may have the ability to pursue monetary damages from the property owner who failed to protect you.
I will pursue the recovery that you deserve from the owners of office complexes, shopping malls, parking garages, schools, apartment complexes or any facility where you have been injured due to negligent, or nonexistent, security.
When property owners fail to take proper measures to ensure the safety of those present, it may lead to visitors or residents being robbed, raped, assaulted or otherwise harmed. While the assailants are the ones who actually caused the injuries, the property owners may be held liable for failing to prevent or warn against it. Negligent security may involve:
- Inadequate lighting
- Broken door locks
- Lack of security cameras or security guards
- No secure entry for apartment complexes
- Insufficient surveillance
- Lack of warning or notification about recent criminal activity
These cases are often complex. I know how to investigate and handle these cases in order to give my clients the best chance at receiving maximum compensation.
Free Legal Consultation
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured as a result of negligent security in the State of Florida, I can help you get your life back on track. Since 2001, I have been committed to helping victims and their families recover the fair financial compensation that they deserve under Florida State Law. Schedule a free initial consultation with me by calling my office at (561) 721-1600.
You Pay Nothing Up Front
The costs associated with hiring a lawyer are often a major concern for people who have been victims of negligent security and may be facing financial challenges or may be unable to work, which can make the process of hiring an attorney seem even more confusing and overwhelming. I represent victims on a contingency fee basis, which means you do not pay me a fee or any costs, until and unless I successfully resolve your case.