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Injured in a public place? It may be due to negligent security.

If a preventable accident or crime occurs on someone else’s property, the property owner may be held responsible. The property owner has a legal duty to provide safe premises. Unfortunately, some property owners do not care about providing safety or are simply unaware of the dangers of their property. Whether you are injured at a concert, your apartment complex, or a hotel, your injury could be avoided if the proper security and safety measures were in place. 

At Loutos Law, our legal team is well-versed in handling complex negligent security cases and can help you get the compensation you are rightfully entitled to.

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Know Your Rights

People have a legal right to be safe from predictable risks of criminal victimization and harm at parking lots, malls, shopping centers, hotels, nightclubs, condominiums, apartments, and all public events. If you or someone you love was the victim of a negligent security case, you should seek legal counsel.

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Establishing A Florida Security Negligence Claim

Depending on the jurisdiction, the legal stipulations for what constitutes a negligent failure to predict the victimization of the plaintiff varies. Courts recognized in the latter half of the twentieth century that reasonable protection from “foreseeable crime” was only one kind of harm from which there was a duty to exist to protect against and to warn about. The concept is based on the right to control property. Those who control property owe a duty of care to those on the property who have little to no control. Such a duty is imposed by most jurisdictions, though its breadth and scope varies from state. 


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