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Negligent Security Tag

Top Conditions Involving Negligent Security Lawsuits

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From residences to businesses, having proper and effective security is a serious consideration. Apartment buildings, condominiums, private communities, and country clubs, as well as commercial properties including office buildings, rv parks, professional campuses, and industrial parks, all require efficient systems to protect individuals and property. When such security is unavailable or compromised, injuries, rapes, robberies, and even deaths have been known to occur. The top conditions involved with negligent security lawsuits include: 1. Inadequate or nonexistent lighting, including "blind spots" in otherwise well-lit areas 2. Inadequate or nonexistent camera surveillance, including "blind spots" in otherwise good camera areas 3. Improperly trained security personnel...

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Five Factors of Negligent Security in Florida

Negligent Security in Florida

There are five factors for consideration with regard to claims for Negligent Security in Florida: 1. Type of Lawsuit 2. Preventable or Not Preventable? 3. The Question of Reasonable Care 4. Florida-Specific Negligence Law 5. Statute of Limitations Type of Lawsuit Negligent security is one of many types of negligence. It  is closely tied to premises liability. Cases involving negligent security often result in civil lawsuits. Legally speaking, such cases are based on incidences of assault, battery, and/or aggravated assault that result in the injury or death of an individual due to provably improper, insufficient, or non-existent security on either a commercial or residential property.  The security...

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Negligent Security & Wrongful Death

Negligent security & Wrongful Death

Negligent security is one of many types of negligence that results in civil lawsuits. Legally, it generally involves cases in which assault, battery, and/or aggravated assault results in the injury or death of an individual as a result of improper, insufficient, or non-existent security—in the form of either material surveillance or trained security personnel—on a property. Essentially it is a form of premises liability, and includes any harm from robbery to rape. It may also include situations in which an individual is injured on a property and left without assistance due to a lack of security surveillance. For example, a...

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