Failure to Provide Necessary Security
Property owners need to provide for the safety and security of their customers, guests and visitors. If the property owner was aware of (or should have been aware of) dangerous premises and did nothing to protect against criminal acts, that is a case for a GRG premises liability lawyer. Property owners may have inadequate security or may be negligent in their security measures and visitors can be seriously injured in violent crimes.
Negligent Security Attorneys
When property owners allow dangerous premises to exist, when someone is assaulted or robbed in part because of that negligence, or when someone is seriously injured in violent crimes, talk to a lawyer at Gray Ritter Graham in St. Louis.
- Property owners who fail to protect visitors and guests from a known danger, or warn them of that danger, can be held liable for injuries.
- Inadequate or broken lighting, locks that fail to work, broken security systems in apartment buildings, lack of adequate training for security personnel, failure to provide security personnel and inadequate key protection systems in a hotel can place people in dangerous situations where they are vulnerable to criminal acts.
- Apartment buildings, hotels, parking garages, gas stations, convenience stores, bars and restaurants, community centers and shopping malls should include proper security measures to keep guests safe.
- Schools may fail to adequately monitor visitors or fail to have emergency procedures in place. Casinos and athletic stadiums may ignore ongoing problems with assaults, muggings or rapes.
Negligent security provides the opportunity for crime
Knowing that there is danger and doing nothing to prevent criminal acts places visitors to a property in danger. If you believe you were a victim of negligent security, let us help you.
It costs nothing to call and ask a premises liability attorney to review your case. Contact us as soon as possible. We represent clients in Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas and the surrounding region.