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NJ Premises Liability Lawyers Hold Property Owners Accountable for Inadequate Security


A property owner cannot turn a blind eye to a potentially dangerous security concern. Property owners must provide a safe and secure environment for visitors to property. This is because visitors rely on property owners to keep premises safe and they must be held responsible for injuries caused by negligent security.

If you’ve been injured due to inadequate security, you will want to speak with an experienced attorney about your potential premises liability claim.

Negligent Security Measures Fail to Deter Violent Criminal Activity

Negligent security injuries occur in a variety of locations, including private homes, apartment complexes, hotels or motels, retail stores, malls or shopping centers, restaurants, nightclubs, office buildings, parking garages, parking lots, movie theaters, stadiums, and construction sites.

Under premises liability law, a homeowner or business owner has a duty to keep visitors safe from harm. This means a property owner can be held accountable for criminal actions that occur on the premises, particularly if the criminal actions were encouraged by lax security. If a dangerous situation was foreseeable, the property owner may be liable for an assault that occurs on their premises, such as a shopping center parking lot. An assault may be foreseeable in certain circumstances:

An assault or robbery is more likely to occur under certain conditions. Examples of inadequate security caused by physical conditions or procedural conditions include:

Any party who owns or manages a property can be liable for damages caused by violent attacks or assaults on the premises. The potentially liable parties include homeowners, business owners, landlords, location managers, security subcontractors and government agencies.

Speak with a Freehold, NJ Premises Liability Attorney Today because You Deserve Aggressive Representation

Victims of negligent security need a voice. They need someone who will stand up for them in court. The attorneys at Lombardi and Lombardi, P.A., have over 35 years of personal injury and premises liability litigation experience in Ocean, Monmouth, and Middlesex counties. This gives us access to an array of experts on inadequate security. When we handle your case, we will consult with safety experts to determine the effectiveness of security measures. We will also leave no stone unturned in reviewing maintenance records and video footage.

We only get paid if we collect money for your premises liability claim, so call us today or contact us online to schedule a free consultation at our offices in Brick, Edison, or Freehold.

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