Types of Negligent Security Cases

New York Negligent Security Attorneys

According to premises and security laws, property owners are responsible for protecting visitors from harm, including criminal activity. To do so, hotel, bank, apartment and other property owners must provide adequate security. Security guards, locks, and proper lighting are among the tactics property owners can use to shield their visitors from harm.

If you were injured or attacked as a result of negligent security, you may be able to file a lawsuit to recover compensation for your injuries. The New York negligent security attorneys of Block O'Toole & Murphy are experienced in handling premises and security liability cases and provide a FREE case review to all potential clients. To speak with our negligent security lawyers in New York, fill out the short, no-obligation form on this page.

Most negligent security lawsuits involve assaults or attacks which occur on the premises of apartment complexes or businesses. However, inadequate security laws extend to a variety of properties including hotels, bars, shopping plazas and other public establishments. Common types of negligent security cases involve:

  • Landlord liability
  • Bank security liability
  • Employer security liability
  • On-campus security liability

The New York negligent security lawyers at Block O'Toole & Murphy are dedicated to helping injured victims recover from their assault or attack resulting from inadequate security. On behalf of these victims, we have recovered a number of impressive results, including a $1.5 million negligent security settlement for a client who was attacked in a hospital. If you or a loved one was attacked or assaulted at a public establishment, do not hesitate to contact our negligent security attorneys in New York for a FREE, no-obligation review of your case.

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