Negligent Security In Florida

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Do You Need a Negligent Security Attorney?

Victims of crime at Florida apartment complexes, shopping malls, entertainment venues, office buildings or other sites can take legal action if they were harmed because of the property owner’s failure to provide adequate security. If you have suffered injuries and losses due to a property owner’s negligent security in Tampa or surrounding areas, the lawyers of the Disparti Law Group, P.A., can help you to seek full and fair compensation. Contact us today for a free consultation about your case.

If you have been the victim of a crime that you believe was caused by poor security at the place where you were hurt, you should act quickly to get legal help

How Can Property Owners in Tampa Be Held Liable for Negligent Security?

A successful negligent security lawsuit would demonstrate that:

  • A dangerous condition (lack of security) existed on the property
  • The owner knew or should have known of the condition
  • The owner failed to take reasonable steps to eliminate the dangerous condition
  • This failure was the proximate (most closely related) cause of your injuries and losses.

Examples of dangerous conditions that a property owner or manager may be held responsible for if they lead to a criminal assault include:

  • Faulty door locks or broken windows
  • Loiterers allowed to congregate outside a store in a high crime area
  • Dim lighting or no lighting at all in a hallway, stairway or walkway
  • Security guards failing to conduct scheduled patrols.

You may be able to obtain compensation for your losses, including medical bills, lost wages  and pain and suffering. It is important to act quickly in order to ensure that the evidence in your case is preserved.

How Can I Afford to Hire a Negligent Security Lawyer?

During an initial consultation, which is free, we will review the specifics of your accident and discuss your legal options. If we determine that we can handle your case, we will represent you on a contingent fee basis. You will not be charged for legal fees or costs unless we obtain compensation for you through a settlement or court award. At that time, the fee for our legal representation will come from a percentage of the final award.

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