Negligent Security

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How to Win a Negligent Security Case

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When you are a visitor on someone else’s property. You have the legal right to expect that they will provide you with adequate security for your own protection. When you are the victim of a criminal act on someone else’s property. You can file a lawsuit for negligent security. Our law firm can help you in an inadequate security case if you have been injured in an assault. A negligent security case could pay you compensation. If you were theRead More …

What is Negligence? and All about Negligence

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Generally, everyone has a duty to act reasonably to avoid injuring others. Where a person acts or fails to act as a reasonable person in the same circumstances, and the act or failure to act results in someone’s foreseeable injury, he has likely been Negligence. California’s Civil Code section 1714 provides that people have a duty to use ordinary care and that everyone is responsible for their willful acts as well as for those injuries which are caused by aRead More …

What Are Negligent Security Claims?

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When property owners and managers fail to keep their premises safe for those who live on them or enter as guests (such as customers or clients), any ensuing accidents can lead to negligent security claims. Such claims can be brought by those who are injured in accidents caused by the unsafe conditions or who have been injured by criminal activity (due to inadequate security measures). If you’ve been injured as a result of a property owner or manager’s negligent security,Read More …