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Defining Negligent Security In Florida Law

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If you are injured on your own premises, very often you will only have yourself to blame. If you are injured on another person’s property, however, you may be able to hold the owner or operator liable, depending on the nature of your injuries. A negligent security claim may develop if you were injured… Read More »

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What Is Negligent Security?

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When a person is injured on another person’s premises or in their home, they may be able to bring suit against that person under a theory called premises liability. If a person is injured due to a third party’s actions (for example, if they are the victim of a crime), they may choose to… Read More »

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Facts About Negligent Security In Florida

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Florida law requires that commercial establishments provide a baseline level of safety for their patrons, and if they cannot provide that, it means that injuries and even fatalities may happen. If this does occur, the establishment or its owner may open themselves up to an accusation of negligent security. Negligent security is not only… Read More »

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Do I Have A Negligent Security Claim?

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The concept of premises liability is that a landowner or business owner has a duty to safeguard the people who come onto the land or into the business from harm, to varying degrees. An offshoot of that area of law is called negligent security, and a negligent security claim can be brought against a… Read More »

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Can I Hold a Florida Property Owner Liable for a Criminal Assault?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Florida businesses and Florida property owners have a duty to look out for the safety of customers and other guests. If you were attacked by a third party on someone’s else premises, you may be able to hold that negligent business or property owner liable for your injuries. Generally, this done through a type… Read More »

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