Negligent Security/Unsafe Premises

October 12th, 2012 Uncategorized
Fellows Hymowitz Rice Personal Injury Law Unsafe Premises

Negligent security cases occur when either business owners, property owners or landlords do not provide enough security for individuals on their property. Typically in cases like this the injured party is a victim of a mugging, rape, or assault that could have been prevented if the property owned had adequate security precautions.

Things like broken door locks, inadequate lighting in parking lots and outdoor areas, as well as malfunctioning or absent security cameras are all examples of negligent security.  Retail locations, commercial addresses, apartment managers, and parking garage owner’s all have a responsibility to have safety measures in place to keep their customers, workers, and visitors secure. When these locations fail to take the safety of people on their property seriously, they may be subject to paying out large sums of money as compensation.

Victims of negligent security often suffer from emotional trauma as well as physical. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as well as severe depression are not uncommon. It is important to contact a qualified personal injury lawyer as soon as possible if you believe you are the victim of negligent security. An experienced personal injury lawyer will guide you through the process of collecting compensation for your injuries, medical bills, and pain and suffering. Personal injury lawyers typically work with law enforcement officials and certified security experts to help win your case and get you the compensation you deserve.uncommon symptoms. In situations like this, victims may be unable to properly care for themselves or hold down employment for extended periods of time. Victims should always be compensated for any physical and emotional pain endured.

This is a guest blog post from our attorney friends at  GravesMcLain inTulsa, Oklahoma.