Inadequate security is a form of premises liability under which owners or operators fail to safely protect their property against dangerous intruders. Inadequate security can apply to a number of different locations, including hotels, shopping malls, amusement parks, schools, restaurants, parking lots, medical centers, and airports.
If you or a loved one has suffered serious injuries on another person’s property due to a lack of security, then the LAW OFFICES OF GREGG A. WILLIAMS can help you claim compensation. Contact us at 732-514-6635 or click here to discuss your case.
The Consequences of Inadequate Security
People who own and operate property are legally responsible for the injuries that occupants, employees, guests, and customers sustain. Therefore, they must maintain the property in a safe manner so that these visitors are safeguarded against dangerous situations.
Some of the safety measures that are expected to be in place include proper lighting in dark areas, functioning locks on all doors, and adequate alarm systems. If these and other essential safety precautions are not taken, innocent people may become victims of injury.
There are many possible consequences of inadequate security, including the following:
• Bone fractures
• Head trauma
• Slip and fall accidents
These experiences may be very traumatic for the victim and can cause him or her serious physical and emotional problems.
As the victim of an inadequate security injury, you have the right to hold the property owner liable. With the representation of an experienced inadequate security lawyer, you may be able to recover monetary compensation for your injuries.
If you have been seriously injured as the result of inadequate or negligent security, then the LAW OFFICES OF GREGG A. WILLIAMS can help protect your rights and assist you in recovering the highest compensation. Contact us today at 732-514-6635 or click here to schedule a free initial consultation.