Hotel or Apartment Complex injuries; Apartment Complex or Hotel Stabbings; Apartment or Hotel shootings; robberies
Negligent Security Claims
against Florida Hotels and Apartment Complexes
A loved one was seriously injured or wrongfully killed at an apartment complex in Orlando, Brevard, Volusia, Osceola or Seminole County
Injuries and wrongful death accidents can happen and are an absolute tragedy. Even more so when they are the result of a crime against someone. Many questions pour forth such as, who will pay the medical bills for the injuries of the person? Could this incident have been predicted and prevented? Have people been complaining to hotel or apartment management about the circumstances that led to the injuries and what did management do? What’s happening now?
If you have been injured at a hotel or apartment complex by being beaten (battered), raped (sexual assault, battery or lewd & lascivious), stabbed, or shot at a Florida apartment complex or hotel, you may be entitled to financial compensation.
In order to get answers, please contact our Law Office at 407.504.1384 for a free consultation in regards to the injured and what options exist, as well as to see if our office can assist with an investigation of this matter.
Oftentimes, there should be additional security at complexes who should reasonably know it must take additional security measures to protect its residents. This is a difficult pill to swallow for the family of the injured or wrongfully dead. Measures that have been found to hold a party liable include: Inadequate security cameras, broken surveillance systems, improper surveillance, lack of or absence of security cameras or alarms, inadequate lighting, negligence by a security guard, improperly trained security guards.
Our negligent security attorney at The Law Firm of Heiko G. Moenckmeier is ready to meet with you and your family in attempting to find viable solutions to get the help you deserve while struggling through this dark hour.
If successful, a negligent security case against the apartment complex or condo association may result in an award of financial damages to pay for medical bills and pain and suffering.
Factors used by our Team in determining whether to take on a negligent security case for a potential client include:
1 The severity and extent of the injury incurred.
2 The foreseeability of criminal activity (Were there signs pointing that an incident could occur? (prior calls by neighbors to the complex centering on such activity).
3 The preventability of the crime had reasonable security been provided.
To investigate a case, our firm will obtain a history from surrounding police departments to figure out whether similar incidents have occurred on or near the property. Previous incidents which are similar will help establish foreseeability, which may be essential to prove a negligent security case.
Our clients may have suffered personal injuries and damages including:
- Medical Expenses
- Loss of Enjoyment of Life
- Serious bodily harm
- Pain and suffering
- Scarring and disfigurement
- Loss of enjoyment of intimate relations
- Lost Wages
- Mental Anguish and Emotional Distress
Filing a lawsuit on a negligent security claim may improve the overall security of the establishment, complex or business and may entitle the victim to compensation.
If you, a family member or loved one has been injured due to possible inadequate or lack of security at a hotel or apartment complex in Florida, please contact us for a free case evaluation. We would be honored to help fight for your rights. Please call us to schedule an free appointment and consultation at 407.504.1384.
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