NEGLIGENT SECURITY ATTORNEYS
Philadelphia Negligent Security Lawyer
Rarely are business owners liable for criminal or violent activities that take place on their property. However, as mandated by Pennsylvania and New Jersey law, owners have an obligation to provide reasonable safety precautions and procedures for their patrons and guests. If you’ve been the victim of a violent crime on someone else’s property as a result of inadequate security, you need experienced legal representation to help you fight this complex case. J. Fine Law has a team of personal injury and negligent security lawyers with over 21 years of successful trial experience in such cases. We are committed to the rights of victims who’ve suffered injuries & damages and fight to get you the compensation you deserve. For a free & confidential negligent security lawsuit consultation, call our law firm at 1-800-HURT-123. J. Fine Law has three office locations to serve clients in Philadelphia PA, Pittsburgh PA and Cherry Hill NJ.
What is Negligent Security?
Negligent security, also known as inadequate security, falls under the umbrella of premises liability. Under this law, property owners are required to maintain a safe & secure premise. They are also mandated to take preventative measures against foreseeable hazards before they become a danger to patrons. These types of cases are very complex and take a team of dedicated personal injury lawyers willing to put in the time and resources to win your case and award you the compensation you deserve. At J. Fine Law, it is our job as negligent security attorneys to pinpoint the liable party, which can include several possibilities such as property owners, third-party security staff, event organizers and more. Once the responsible party has been determined, our lawyers will fight for eligible compensation including medical expenses, lost earnings, emotional trauma and even wrongful death.
Examples & Common Causes of Negligent Security
Negligent security and premises liability include both non-violent and crimes. Common examples of a negligent security suit include innocent bystanders injured in a bar fight, shooting outside of a restaurant, sexual assault at an apartment complex, theft crimes and many more. These heinous crimes occur when a property owner fails to have proper security in place or by not taking preventative actions. Negligent security usually happens as a result of:
- Broken or malfunctioning equipment including lights, locks, alarm systems and gates. A property owner is responsible for the inspection and maintenance of all security equipment.
- Failure to take precautions against future incidents after a criminal complaint has taken place on the property.
- Lack of security including poor lighting, no alarm system or locks, which could have prevented criminals from acting violently on the property.
- Improper training of security that was hired to keep patrons safe during an event.
Free Personal Injury Attorney Consultation
If you have suffered loss or injury due to a criminal or violent act that could have been prevented, call the negligent security lawyers of J. Fine Law to review your case. When a property owner chooses to cut corners and not take reasonable measures to protect their customers, innocent people become the victims of negligent security. Our personal injury attorneys are here to aggressively fight your case to get you the compensation you deserve for your injuries, medical bills, lost wages, emotional trauma and damages. Call 267-888-2960, fill out the form on this website or call 1-800-HURT-123 from the scene for a free and confidential consultation.