Inadequate Security

Florida Bar Fight Victim Injury Lawyer

Attorneys Filing Premises Liability Claims in Central Florida

A nightclub patron assaulted a woman after the patron got into a bar fight at the club earlier in the evening.

An individual was hurt in a fight at a restaurant that had inadequate security and had a reputation for fights in the past.

At the Baird Law Group, we hold property owners responsible for inadequate security measures that failed to protect guests or customers. Assaults in bars, attacks in parking ramps and robberies and rapes in apartment buildings all may be the result of negligent security. To learn more about filing a personal injury claim against a negligent property owner, you should contact one of our personal injury attorneys for a free initial consultation.

If you have been the victim of an attack or robbery that could have been prevented, you should speak with our firm immediately. If all of the following conditions exist, you may have a valid inadequate security claim against a property owner:

  • A dangerous condition existed
  • A property owner or a responsible party knew or should have known of that condition
  • They failed to take reasonable steps to ensure your safety
  • You were injured because of that failure

There are certain precautions that property owners can implement to protect you against known dangers. Adequate lights, security cameras, security guards and secured entries are just a few of the different types of security measures that may have prevented your injuries.

At the Baird Law Group in Hillsborough County, we file personal injury claims against parties who failed to provide adequate security for their properties. If you have fallen victim to an injury caused by inadequate security, you should contact one of our lawyers for a free initial consultation.


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