Robbed or Assaulted on Someone Else’s Property? Call a Fierce New York Negligent Security Attorney Today
When we are away from home, whether traveling, doing errands or meeting friends for dinner, the last thing we expect is to become a victim of a mugging, robbery, assault and battery, or sexual assault. But these crimes happen in New York too often, and especially at night. The perpetrator who attacked you may not be the only negligent party associated with your ordeal. The property owner where the crime took place may also be at fault due to poor security.
Premises liability cases often stem from negligent security, causing everything from violent assault injuries and robbery to slip and fall and electrocution accidents to unfenced swimming pool drownings.
Negligent security exists in countless types of situations and locations, including:
Bad Security Could Be the Reason You Were Attacked—Let Us Fight For Your Justice!
Inadequate security takes many forms:
- Low lighting or broken light bulbs
- Defective door locks or unlocked building entrances
- No security cameras
- Broken surveillance cameras
- Dark or poorly lit parking lots
- Security guard asleep
- Not enough security guards
- Poorly trained security guards
- Selling alcohol to intoxicated patrons who later assault someone
- No warning signage in dangerous conditions, such as “Live Wires”
- Failure to rope off or otherwise denote a hazardous area within a building, such as “Wet Floor”
- Ignoring a pattern of violence in specific areas, despite complaints by tenants and neighbors
- No fencing or insufficient fencing around swimming pools, to prevent child drowning
If you were assaulted or slipped and fell, or if you lost a loved one due to a negligent wrongful death on someone else’s property, call Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, LLP today at (800) 692-3717 or contact us online for a free evaluation. Every conversation is completely confidential and personalized, and there is no obligation. We help New York negligent security victims throughout NYC, as well as Rockland County, Westchester and Long Island.