Jacksonville Negligent Security Attorney
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They should have protected you. Now you’re hurt.
The business should have known that the property wasn’t safe. It is the responsibility of those in charge of that property to keep visitors safe from any criminal activity or unsafe conditions Whether you are shopping, attending a concert, working out at the gym or visiting someone at work, your safety is important.
If inadequate security at a place of business resulted in your injury, the injury attorneys at Farah & Farah can help. We’ll listen to your story, investigate the incident, and help secure a settlement or verdict that pays for your medical care and lost wages. You pay no fees upfront and won’t have to pay any direct costs until your case is won or settled. Call (904) 549-6434 today and get your free, confidential consultation to start building your claim.
If you were assaulted, targeted or victimized in any way due to negligent security, faulty on-site resources or other factors, you deserve justice for what happened to you. Business owners have an obligation to provide everyone they invite into their premises with the security they deserve. It is a moral and legal obligation.
When you trust Farah & Farah to handle your inadequate security claim in Jacksonville, we will help you:
An inadequate security claim can cover a range of different scenarios and provide protection for both private citizens and professionals. Most cases involve a crime or an accident that has taken place due to negligent behavior on the part of the property owner.
After analyzing your claim, your lawyer will work towards exposing negligence on the part of the business or those responsible for providing security. This will require extensive research to determine if there were past security issues on the premises or any prior concerns voiced to the accused party.
Your lawyer will explore whether all security protocols were followed or breached and whether those breaches were a direct cause of your injury. Foreseeability is an important component of negligence and if this can be proven, your claim can be successful.