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Negligent Security: How to Determine if You Have a Claim

Property owners have a legal obligation to keep their premises reasonably safe for their guests and customers. If you have suffered an injury from an assault on another person’s property, you could be entitled to compensation for your injuries. When property owners fail to keep their properties reasonably safe, and someone becomes injured, the injured […]

Can You Sue a Security Company?

Can You Sue a Security Company?

This article was last updated on Aug. 17th, 2022 Short answer: Yes. In lawsuits where a security a guard has been negligent, it is often the land or property owner employing the security company, and the security company employing the guard, who are both named as defendants. Typically, such lawsuits are under the legal theory […]

Landlord Liability And You

Landlord Liability And You Can my lease prevent me from filing a negligent security case? Most apartments use standard leases which have provisions that they may use to try to prevent you from filing a lawsuit for landlord liability if your loved one has been sexually assaulted, shot, murdered, etc. These are often referred to […]

A Guide to the Four Elements of Negligence.

A Guide to the Four Elements of Negligence

Most personal injury claims are brought based on negligence. The plaintiff who sues the defendant must prove that the defendant acted negligently by failing to use reasonable care under the circumstances. To have grounds for a personal injury lawsuit, you will need to prove the four distinct elements with supporting evidence. We will take a […]

What is the Difference Between Civil Negligence and Criminal Negligence?

What is the Difference Between Civil Negligence and Criminal Negligence?

If you have been seriously injured in an accident, you may have heard the term ‘negligence.’ To obtain compensation from the person or company who caused your injuries, you will need to show that they acted negligently. Negligence means failure to use reasonable care under the circumstances. There is a difference between criminal and civil […]

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