Too often, people suffer injury because negligent business owners fail to properly supervise and maintain their business property. Business owners owe a duty of reasonable care to people who lawfully come in contact with their property — meaning they must keep their premises in a reasonably safe condition or warn customers if there is a dangerous condition. We’ve successfully tried and settled numerous cases involving failure to provide adequate security or a safe premises.
Negligent building security can occur in any building, including apartments, hotels, university buildings, parking garages, business centers, hospitals or retail stores. In addition to personal injury that can occur when owners fail to adequately supervise their property, negligent building security can also result in instances of assault, sexual assault or rape, robbery, burglary, or theft.