If you or your immediate family member suffered from a crime on another person’s property, you may be able to collect compensation from a negligent property owner. When the owner of a property does not take basic measures to make sure the location is safe for themselves and visitors, they endanger anyone who sets foot on the property.
Determining who may be liable in situations like these can be stressful. Ben Crump Law, PLLC can help you. Call our team at (844) 638-1822 to speak to a team member who can tell you more.
A Lawyer Can Determine the Liable Party or Parties
Aside from the owner of the property, many people might not be able to think of any other potentially liable parties in the event of a crime. However, there are several avenues individuals may be able to explore.
If there was a malfunction in the security system a property owner used that enabled someone to enter the premises without permission, the security company may be liable. Additionally, if there was a broken city-owned streetlight that gave an assailant cover to assault or rob you, the municipal department in charge of monitoring and fixing public amenities, such as streetlights, may be liable.
For a free legal consultation with a negligent security lawyer, call (844) 638-1822
If You Are Scared to Pursue Legal Action for Fear of Blame
Some victims fear they will be blamed for events like robbery, rape, or assault despite their innocence. Your North Miami negligent security lawyer will explore all available evidence to prove liability rests with the truly responsible party or parties.
For instance, even if there was no working security camera on the premises of your incident, we can attempt to access the footage from other companies’ security systems or the city street traffic cameras. Perhaps there were witnesses who saw everything that happened and can corroborate your testimony. We will seek out all evidence to prove that the owner of the property:
- Had a duty to keep you safe
- Breached this duty
- This breach of duty led to your victimization
- Your robbery or assault caused you damage (emotional, physical, financial, and otherwise)
If negligent security resulted in stolen or damaged possessions and your violation of personal safety, our office may be able to help you build a case.
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Potentially Recoverable Awards in a Negligent Security Case
One of the many tasks your legal team can perform is valuating your damages to determine the extent of your losses. When negotiating with the insurance company, we will keep this figure in mind. Preparing this information can aid in negotiations with the insurance company of the defendant. Other things your North Miami negligent security lawyer and the rest of our team are prepared to do for you include:
- Updating you on the progress of your case.
- Representing you in court if the insurance company does not settle.
- Answering all your questions and empowering you to understand your legal options.
- Preparing your case plan.
- Working with you in the most convenient way possible (over the phone or internet, or visiting you in your home, office, or hospital room).
We want to aid you and your family in any way we can in this difficult time. We cannot know how to help you, however, without speaking to you. We want to develop a full picture of your circumstances.
If the Assailant Got Away or If the Assault Occurred Long Ago
If you worry that because the individual who robbed or harmed you ran from the scene, we will not have the ability to hold him accountable—do not worry. We are prepared to utilize all our resources and options to pursue the liable parties. We can use some of the options we mentioned earlier (accessing other security systems) and also work in close connection with law enforcement.
If you think that the robbery or assault occurred too long ago to be relevant, think again. Depending on your circumstances, you may have the ability to take advantage of exemptions to the statute of limitations imposed on most personal injury lawsuits by Florida Statute § 95.11. A North Miami negligent security lawyer can inform you of any opportunities you have.
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If You Lost a Loved One Due to Negligent Security
Firstly, we offer our sympathy and support at this time regarding this wrongful death. Now is not the time to fight a legal battle. We may be able to file a secondary lawsuit on your loved one’s behalf to pursue justice for their loss. We may be able to seek compensation to cover:
- Funeral and burial services
- Loss of consortium
- Loss of income due to your loved one’s passing
Lean on us to determine who to charge with negligence and how to secure compensation on your behalf. Although these rewards can never ease your pain, it may be able to lessen some financial pressure during this time.
You may be suffering from lost income your loved one brought into your household. We can pursue these and funeral and burial expenses on your behalf. There is a statute of limitations on these kinds of lawsuits as well. Although there is no average or standard for the amount you may receive, a North Miami negligent security lawyer and the rest of the team at Ben Crump Law, PLLC will fight to help you with your case.
We Can Help Victims of Negligent Security Assault and Robbery
If you were robbed or assaulted on a property that was not attended to in the way it should have been, you may be able to collect compensation. We will explore the facts of the situation and fight for fair awards.
Call Ben Crump Law, PLLC to speak to a team member who can guide you through a free case evaluation at (844) 638-1822. Allow us to get started as soon as possible. We are waiting to take your call.