When you live in a security apartment, work in a high-security building or visit a nightclub or casino with security on the premises, it’s reasonable to expect a certain degree of safety. In fact, that’s one of the reasons property owners make security so visible — to give us that sense of security.
- If security cameras are visible, we expect them to be operating.
- If security officers are on duty, we expect that they are watching cameras, doing patrols and checking people entering the building.
- If a nightclub, casino or bar has a bouncer, we expect the bouncer will handle rowdy patrons and that he will do so in a professional manner.
We don’t expect that security lapses will leave patrons vulnerable to theft, assault, rape or murder. When that happens, property owners can — and should — be held accountable.
If you suffered an assault, rape or theft, or a family member was killed because of negligent security, contact Harris & Harris Lawyers online or call 702-384-1414 or toll free 800-393-2350 to schedule a free consultation. We are prepared to provide powerful representation for premises liability claims involving negligent security.
Our Nevada premises liability attorneys have a long record of success recovering money for people who were seriously injured on dangerous properties. We also represent families that have lost a loved one to wrongful death due to the negligence of property owners.
If you are unsure whether you have a valid injury claim regarding negligent security, talk with a lawyer and get a professional opinion. Your consultation is free.