Negligent security can cause irrevocable damages. Property owners and managers have the legal responsibility to ensure your safety when you are on their premises. Instances such as unclear signage or a lack of security measures are examples of negligent security that can put you and your loved ones in danger. You are entitled to a safe environment on residential and commercial properties and should not have to worry about the carelessness of others. If you or a loved one have been injured due to negligent security, you need an experienced lawyer on your side.
There are a variety of factors at play in a negligent security case. Even if you believe your injury was caused by the negligence of the property owner or manager, they may try to refute your claim. In this case, you may need to go to court. This is why you need to hire an attorney from Dahlberg Law Group. We have over 30 years of experience with personal injury cases and have the passion and skill to get you the compensation you deserve.
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Negligent Security in Wisconsin
Negligent security can appear in a number of fashions. If you are injured by the irresponsibility of a property owner, you are entitled to receive compensation for your injuries and any future challenges that may arise from them. This is because whenever you frequent a residential or commercial property lawfully, you are protected by premise liability.
Negligent security is an area of premise liability. This means that the owner or current tenant has the responsibility to maintain and update their safety and security measures. This requirement is termed adequate security, which can range from locking doors and having well-lit areas to having security personnel.
However, adequate security is a general term that can make it difficult to receive compensation if you are injured for negligent security. This is why you need an experienced attorney on your side to prove that there was negligence involved in your case.
Types of Negligent Security
Negligent security can result in a number of injuries, such as slip and fall, physical assault, robbery and sexual assault. If the property is in an area that is known to have a higher rate of crime, and the owner responsible does not take the necessary precautions, the owner will be liable for any injuries that occur.
Proper lighting, staffing, locks and even barriers when needed are a few areas that the owner responsible should take care of. Security staff also should be trained to respond to a crisis, and if they are not trained well, the owner will be held liable as well.
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Negligent Security Defense
To get you the compensation you deserve, you need an experienced attorney on your side. One of the greatest difficulties in a negligent security case is proving that there was in fact carelessness and irresponsibility from the responsible party. To do so, you need an attorney who will look at the circumstances and details surrounding your case. The owner responsible will likely try to claim that they had adequate security on their premise. However, with the right attorney on your side, you can refute those claims and get the compensation you are entitled to.
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At Dahlberg Law Group, we are committed to defending your rights. Negligent security cases can be difficult, however, we have you covered. Our attorneys are driven to get you the compensation you deserve. Connect with us at 262-677-8999 to set up a consultation and start your resolution today.
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