What Are Inadequate Security Lawsuits?
Inadequate security lawsuits typically fall under the premises liability claims category. In such lawsuits, the plaintiff is attempting to hold a property owner liable for failing to provide security for business owners. The plaintiff is usually seeking a damages award from the business owner or an injunction requiring them to change
For the most part, businesses are not held financially liable for crimes that
Serious injury or even death because of inadequate security can happen almost anywhere, including:
- Grocery stores
- Shopping centers
- At work
- Movie theaters
An example of this is where an innocent patron of a bar or restaurant gets hurt because there were no security guards to prevent a fight. The laws governing security plans for businesses differ from state to state. The term “security” may
Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.
Verdict on case involving a post op infection that required muscle flap procedures. (Attorney Scott A. Parsons handled the case.)
A young child ran away from his mother at a schoolyard. When he ran through a complicated “maze-like” fencing system, his mother could not reach him before he was hit by a car.
Discuss Your Case with Our Inadequate Security Attorneys Today
Legal requirements for business owners and security are constantly changing. There are many different factors that must be considered when determining if an inadequate security lawsuit can be filed. It’s in your best interest to contact O’Connor, Parsons, Lane & Noble for assistance with an inadequate security lawsuit. Contact us online or call us at (908) 928-9200 or 1-800-586-5817.