Security Negligence

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury or wrongful death due to security negligence, you are entitled to file a personal injury claim against the person responsible and/or the premise owners where your personal injury took place. Security negligence falls under premise liability. If a person enters a public or private property that is not secure, and their visit results in personal injury, fault may lie with an individual owner or management company. If you are renting a space or residing in a locale that has not been made secure, your landlord may be held liable for your personal injury.

For an accident to qualify as a personal injury, it must be provable that your injury or wrongful death could have been prevented if reasonable measures were in place.

Property owners are responsible for fulfilling all reasonable duties to ensure your protection as a visitor or tenant, and they are governed by an explicit set of liability laws. Once you have demonstrated personal injury, you may be entitled to retribution equal to your medical expenses, loss of income and additional suffering. In order to accurately assess the extent of your claim and projected damages, you should immediately contract an experienced security negligence attorney.

To find out if your injury or wrongful death qualifies as a personal injury accident, please contact the experienced South Florida personal injury attorneys at Gross & Telisman. If it is within our ability to help you receive justice, the Gross & Telisman team will aggressively pursue the greatest level of redress to ease your suffering. Contact Us for a free consultation.