Each year, thousands of people are victimized or attacked by a third party on property owned or operated by a business. These incidents are often preventable with adequate security. However, many property and business owners cut costs, which results in negligent security for customers.
In Florida, property owners and businesses may be held liable for robberies, attacks, rape, assaults or homicides that occur from inadequate security.
In most cases, injuries from negligent security occur at:
Without proper security, attacks can occur in the most public of places and at any time of day. However, many of these incidents occur as a result of improper lighting, lack of deterrence, surveillance cameras or safety policies.
In many cases, businesses and property owners are made aware of negligent security by past occurrences, but fail to take appropriate steps or hire security guards that will prevent them from happening again. Over time, insurance companies and business organizations have attempted to reduce the protection available to victims of negligent security. However, the team at Riley Allen Law continues to fight for the rights of those injured.
In recent cases, we have recovered millions for those injured when insurance companies or corporate legal counsel offered little. Please check our past results for details.
For more than 30 years, the team at Riley Allen Law has fought for the victims and families of those injured or killed by the negligence of others.
We have substantial experience recognizing and investigating inadequate security. We work with top criminologists and security experts to show that these attacks are both foreseeable and preventable. We will leave no stone unturned in protecting your rights.
We will also work to identify all of your damages and have the experience to take your case against a large insurance company or negligent property owner all the way to trial, no matter how big or small.
If you or a loved one have been the victim of injury or death from an attack on the property of a business, do not hesitate to contact us by email or call us at 407-838-2000 to discuss your legal options. We are available to help today.