When Better Security Measures Could Have Prevented a Crime or Attack

Even with the most stringent security measures in place, some acts of violence at stores or businesses may not be preventable; however, by implementing proven security measures, some attacks may be discouraged. Owners of public places with a history of safety problems have a duty to provide a reasonable level of security to visitors to deter future crimes. If you have been hurt due to insufficient safety measures, a Florida negligent security lawyer may be able to help you pursue compensation. For a free consultation, call 1-888-BURNETTI.

Where Inadequate Security Attacks Frequently Happen

Negligent security cases generally involve a person being assaulted, raped or robbed, and often happen at:

  • Shopping malls
  • Restaurants
  • Nightclubs
  • Parking garages
  • Hotels
  • Apartment complexes

Security Measures May Prevent Attacks

Despite a history of dangerous activities and knowing that they are likely to occur, some property owners may fail to implement reasonable and ordinary premises security measures, including:

  • Providing adequate lighting and security cameras
  • Hiring a sufficient number of security employees
  • Performing background checks on new employees to determine if they have previous convictions of violent crimes
  • Providing perimeter protection
  • Utilizing more or better locks and security systems

Negligent Security Attorney Helping The Injured In Tampa, Lakeland, And Orlando

Owners of premises have a duty to ensure that visitors do not become victims of foreseeable crimes. If someone is harmed on their property due to negligent security, they may be held responsible for medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering under the premises liability body of law. At Burnetti, P.A. our Personal injury lawyers in Florida have the knowledge and experience to help people injured by inadequate security file a personal injury claim. For a free consultation, call (888) 444-8508 or complete the free case evaluation form.