Negligent Security

How Long Can You Take to File a Negligent Security Case in Florida?

The “statute of limitations” refers to the maximum length of time someone has to sue an individual, business, or other entity for damages or injuries sustained as a result of their conduct. In Florida, personal injury cases that involve negligence (including negligent security cases) the statute of limitations is generally four years from the date

Injured by a Security Guard in South Florida

Security guards are hired to protect a business’s employees and customers at a number of locations, such as event venues, sporting sites, shopping centers, retail stores, hospitals, and apartment complexes. While security guards are hired to deter dangerous situations and provide protection to businesses, accidents occur in which the guards harm someone, resulting in devastating

Examples of Negligent Security

What is a Negligent Security Case? Negligent Security cases involve someone becoming injured on a property as a result of a foreseeable crime. Florida property owners and businesses have a duty of care to provide adequate security so that their premises are reasonably safe. If a property owner or business fails to provide basic security

Negligent Security Advice from a Negligent Security Lawyer

Do I have a negligent security case? Negligent Security is a legal concept that falls under premises liability and involves someone holding the property owner liable for their injuries and damages after a crime has occurred. Criminal acts that may lead to a negligent security case include robbery, assault, battery, rape, and even murder. If

What is Negligent Security?

Negligent security is when a business or property owner fails to maintain a safe premise for any residents, employees, patrons, or visitors. Under Florida law, businesses and property owners have a duty to ensure that the property environment is reasonably safe. A breach of that duty that leads to a crime in which someone becomes