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NEGLIGENT SECURITY

Property owners have a legal duty to ensure that they provide safe premises for their guests.

Property owners can avoid being negligent by providing adequate security measures for their guests. Examples of adequate security measures include:

• Security cameras;
• Sturdy locks;
• Alarms on doors and windows;
• Security guards;
• Sufficient lighting

Inadequate security measures can put property owners’ guests at risk of being harmed. Property owners also have the legal duty to protect their guests from criminal acts that are foreseeable by third parties. A crime is foreseeable if it can be reasonably expected under the circumstances. If a foreseeable criminal act occurs, that property owner may be held liable.

At the Young Law Firm of Florida we handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that you pay nothing up front and nothing if your claim is unsuccessful. You only pay if we win.

We believe that our clients should focus on healing, not on the stress of medical bills and finances, while trying to recover from an accident. We will do everything in our power to fight for the compensation you are entitled to.

The bottom line is this: If we don’t recover money for you, you pay us nothing. This means no fees or costs. We ONLY get paid if we get you paid!

To schedule your free initial consultation and discuss how we can help you, email or call us today!

Attorney Andre T. Young | The Young Law Firm of Florida, LLC | Serving Central Florida with offices in Orlando (407) 422-4000 and Daytona Beach (386) 308-8810. We offer weekend and evening appointments as needed.

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