A business establishment and/or property owner has a duty to provide all of its patrons with a safe environment. If a business or property owner is aware that danger may possibly occur to its patrons or guests through criminal acts of others, then the business or property owner has an obligation to provide adequate security to protect its patrons and guests. Injuries resulting from Negligent Security typically arise from Nightclubs, bars or other establishments serving alcohol.

In injury cases involving “Negligent Security” it is important to have an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney like John Andreopoulos working for you. Time is of the essence in every personal injury case but especially in “Negligent Security Cases.” Obtaining and/or ensuring any surveillance video recordings are preserved is critical and is most effective within the first few days of the injury. Locating and speaking with potential witnesses is also critical and crucial in these cases. Communicating with law enforcement and prosecutors is also critical and crucial. Researching prior crimes against persons or property at the location and nearby area establish foreseeability or knowledge of the business and/or property owner.

If you or someone you know was injured in an incident due to inadequate or “Negligent Security,” let us work for you to recover compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

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