Ocean County Negligent Security Lawyers
Shopping malls, convenience stores, grocery stores, bars, clubs, restaurants and other property owners have a duty to keep their premises safe for patrons. This often involves hiring security guards or taking other measures to ensure customers are not harassed, assaulted or otherwise hurt while on their property. When property owners fail to take adequate security measures, assault, battery and other criminal behaviors can leave patrons injured.
At Toms River-based Fedele & Honschke Attorneys at Law, LLC, we have been helping injury victims throughout New Jersey hold property owners responsible for inadequate security and obtain compensation for their unsafe premises injuries.
Injuries Caused By Inadequate Security
Were you criminally assaulted or otherwise injured due to lack of security? If so, you may have a claim for damages against the property owner. Common examples of inadequate or negligent security include:
- Allowing unsupervised teens to hang out at the property late at night
- Failure to light parking lots and stairwells
- Failure to install security cameras
- Absence of or inadequate amounts of security staff
- Poorly trained security staff
At Fedele & Honschke, clients get the best of both worlds: the legal skills typically found at larger firms plus the personal attention and service reserved for boutique practices. One of our three partners personally oversees every case. We are available to our clients and take the time to explain their legal options to them.
Our lawyers are successful litigators and smart negotiators. We build strong injury claims that force insurance companies to provide more beneficial settlement offers. When trial is necessary to protect our clients’ rights to compensation, we are prepared to go to court.
Monmouth County Negligent Security Attorneys
As a customer, you should not have to worry about your safety while at a store or restaurant. If a commercial property owner’s lack of security allowed you to be criminally assaulted, harassed or otherwise injured, we can help. Contact us at 732-504-3841 or 888-898-1206 for a free consultation. All of our injury cases are taken on a contingency basis.