Proving a Negligent Security Case

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A party can be accused of negligent security when he or she fails to observe the adequate norms for premises safety. Individuals who are injured in an accident that occurred in an inadequate space can make a negligent security claim and accuse the other party of insufficient or faulty security. This type of claim can be made by individuals living in unsafe buildings and who have been the victims of a criminal act.
A negligent security claim must be made against the owner or owners of the premises where the accident took place. A personal injury lawyer from Parvey & Frankel can help you make this claim against a landlord, building manager, owner or the individual who should have secured the premises where the accident happened.
Proving negligence is the most important aspect in a security claim. The individual must be able to prove that person in charge with safety failed to prevent the danger or treated a known issue is a negligent manner. However, the individual making the claim will only be able to hold his case in court if he was actually allowed on that property (a trespasser cannot make any claims against bad safety standards on a premises).
A Parvey & Frankel personal injury attorney is able to help you if you have been injured in such an accident or if the fact that you are living in an unsafe building caused you property and economic damages.

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