Miami Negligent Security Attorney
Bars, nightclubs, gas stations, hotels, apartment complexes, strip malls, and other businesses which hold themselves open to the public have a legal duty to act reasonably in providing adequate security for the safety those who patronize their establishments. The responsibility of business owners to provide adequate security includes providing security both indoors, as well as at points of egress and in parking areas.
Business owners often know more than their customers about potential dangers at and around their property. Or, at least they should. That is why they have a duty under the law to provide reasonable security for the protection of those who visit their establishments. Doing so may mean hiring an adequate number of security personnel, properly training security officers, implementing safety rules and procedures, installing a reasonable number of functioning surveillance cameras, providing adequate lighting and locks, maintaining security gates, and taking other reasonable measures to deter criminals and assailants from hurting, robbing or otherwise injuring members of the public. Failing to do so can lead to injury, assault, rape, theft, battery, and death.
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Viñas & DeLuca is headquartered in Miami, Florida and has offices available for consultation in Miami, Boca Raton/Palm Beach, and Tampa. We have handled cases in multiple state and federal jurisdictions throughout Florida. Click here for more information.
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If you or a loved one have been injured in a Florida personal injury or wrongful death matter, please contact Viñas & DeLuca for a free and confidential consultation by calling (305) 372-3650. There is never a fee or cost to you unless our law firm can recover money for you. You can also complete our Free Case Evaluation Form or easily chat with us online, and one of our experienced Florida personal injury attorneys will contact you right away. We are here 24/7/365 to speak with you and answer your questions. If you cannot come to us, we will come to you.