Daytona Beach Inadequate Security Lawyer

Private businesses have a responsibility to ensure safe premises for their customers and/or visitors. Negligent or inadequate security may lead to guests, tenants, or customers suffering violent crimes. The victims face a great deal of uncertainty and frustration following these incidents. If you or a loved one recently suffered any type of attack or other injuries due to inadequate security in Daytona Beach, contact Farah & Farah to find out how our firm can help you recover.

Why You Should Choose Farah & Farah for Your Inadequate Security Claim

Negligent security claims often arise when people suffer violent assaults, armed robberies, or sexual assaults due to negligent or inadequate security issues. The attorneys at Farah & Farah have represented clients in all types of civil premises liability claims in Florida and we understand how traumatic these incidents can be.

  • Your team of attorneys will provide respectful, compassionate and professional legal counsel throughout your case.
  • We will hire expert witnesses who can testify on your behalf, such as doctors, safety experts, financial professionals, and others if necessary, to prove a defendant’s liability or the scope of your damages.
  • Our firm’s legal team will gather all the evidence you need to proceed with a lawsuit including police reports, medical records, and other crucial documentation.
  • There are no hidden fees or up-front costs for our legal services. We take every case with a contingency fee agreement and collect no fees if we do not win your case.

Let us provide the support and help you need to file an inadequate security claim.

How Can an Attorney Help Me?

Your attorney can handle correspondence and negotiations with insurance carriers to ensure you receive the coverage you need if available. A negligent security claim likely involves criminal activity and the state may prosecute the perpetrator through a criminal case. Your attorney can coordinate with state prosecutors and refer to evidence in the criminal case in your civil claim. The injury lawyers at Farah & Farah can also coordinate expert witness testimony to strengthen your claim.

Let Farah & Farah Handle Your Negligent Security Claim

Many negligent security claims are complicated legal matters that involve extensive discovery and lengthy litigation. Having a compassionate and experienced attorney fight on your behalf can offer peace of mind during an incredibly difficult time for you and your family. You may face lost income from missed days at work due to your injuries, or the incident may have caused psychological trauma that causes you ongoing distress. Farah & Farah can explore every available avenue of compensation to ensure an acceptable recovery from your losses.

We can have a safety expert investigate the location of your incident to determine the property owner’s liability and the foreseeability of the event. We can also gather medical care and mental health treatment records to remove any doubts as to the full scope of your damages.

Legal Representation With Zero Risk

Many people assume legal representation is too expensive, but Farah & Farah offers every client a contingency fee agreement that ensures we only collect legal fees if we win your case. There is no risk in securing our legal services and you will not see any up-front costs or direct bills for our services no matter the outcome. If we win your case, our legal fees will come as portion of your settlement or case award.

Do Not Hesitate to Start Your Case

The sooner you start building your case, the better your chances of securing a satisfactory recovery. The medical expenses, lost income, and other economic effects of your negligent security incident will continue to pose a significant burden without legal counsel. If you or a loved one recently sustained any type of injury from a violent crime due to inadequate security, contact Farah & Farah to schedule a free case review and find out how our attorneys may be able to help.

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