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Negligent Security Attorneys
and and business owners have a legal duty to provide safe premises for their patrons, renters and guests. This includes a duty to protect them from harm caused by the intentional criminal acts of third parties when those criminal could foreseeably occur.
In general, business owners are not liable for crimes that occur on their property unless the act was foreseeable. However, property owners do have a duty to implement reasonable security measures designed to prevent or deter crimes. A breach of this duty to provide reasonable security is called negligent security. Common places where negligent security can occur include:
Elevators or stairwells
ave you been the victim of a crime because a property owner failed to provide adequate security? Negligent security is a complicated area of the law. You need to retain a competent negligent security attorney who can conduct a thorough investigation of the property and its owners. Professionals may be able to find evidence of prior incidents on the property and other information crucial to your case.