Negligent security refers to a subset of premises liability cases where an assault or accident can be directly linked to the actions of inattentive or inadequate security staff. An experienced attorney can listen to the facts of your case and provide an honest evaluation of the obstacles you might face through the legal process.
At Raymond Ravis Attorney at Law, our Jacksonville negligent security lawyer has extensive experience guiding injured clients through a wide range of premises liability cases. We understand the devastating consequences a severe injury can have on your finances and quality of life.
We can aggressively pursue monetary compensation for your:
We strive to provide personal service, individual attention, and prompt communication throughout the duration of your case.
A property owner has a duty to maintain the security of an area and the safety of their visitors. Unfortunately, a number of situations might lead to an assault or accident on business or privately owned property. Often, assaults occur because property owners and/or managers ignore crime statistics, area history, and community standards and do not hire adequate security.
An assault and the subsequent injuries may be attributed to negligence if any of the following conditions existed at the time of the incident:
If you were assaulted and injured as a result of security failing to do its job or no security altogether, it is wise to seek the counsel of an experienced premises liability attorney. In many situations, you might be entitled to receive monetary damages from the property owner for his or her lack of security. At Raymond Ravis Attorney at Law, we can advise you on your best course of action.
If you were injured as a result of negligent security, we can help. We serve clients throughout the state of Florida from our office located in Jacksonville. No matter how tough or complex your case may be, our Jacksonville-based negligent security lawyer Ray Ravis is here to answer your questions, address your concerns, and advocate for you.