Injuries from Negligent Security

Were you injured on another person's property and you believe negligent security is to blame? Negligent security claims hold businesses and residential complexes responsible for crimes that could have been prevented, had there been the proper preventative security measures in place.

Negligent security can be dangerous, and can lead to:

  • Rape
  • Assault
  • Murder
  • Kidnapping
  • Theft

Many establishments suffer from negligent or lack of security, including bars, night clubs, restaurants, and parking lots/garages.

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When Can I Hold a Third Party Responsible?

As a patron, you expect owners or managers to exercise reasonable caution in maintaining the safety of the premises, and this includes providing adequate security. When property owners fail to do so, they can be held liable for your injuries. If it can be proven that a property owner knew or should have known that these types of assaults would occur and he/she did not implement security measures to prevent them, you might be entitled to damages.

In a negligent security case, police reports which indicate high crime areas can be used. Or it can simply be shown that places such as bars and night clubs tend to experience more of these types of accidents and they should have every preventative measure in place. Whatever the case, our Reno personal injury lawyers know exactly how to approach these investigations and where to look. We have been effectively handling claims for over 28 years, and secured millions of dollars in compensation for injured victims.

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If you were injured because of an establishment's negligence, our team at the Law Offices of Steven J. Klearman & Associates can help.

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