In General, property/business owners may have a duty to provide adequate security against the foreseeable actions of third parties entering upon their premises.
If you have been the victim of a crime while legally on the premises of another, the business or property owner of that property may be responsible for payment of medical costs, lost income, and other accident related damages.
For example, there may be a responsibility to provide adequate locks, armed security, or bouncers to address foreseeable crimes of others. An experienced attorney will investigate your claim and determine who may have been responsible for preventing your foreseeable injury and whether it was due to negligent maintenance ad/or insufficient security measures.
If you believe your injury or property damage may be due to negligent and/or insufficient security measures you should consult with an experienced attorney as soon as practicable. At Diller Law, P.C., we have experience in handling claims involving negligent security.