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A New Orleans Inadequate Security Lawyer Will Help You Explore Your Options

Business and property owners in New Orleans are required to keep their premises safe for their customers and anyone who visits their establishment. Keeping premises safe means they are aware of any security threats to the structure, are taking adequate steps to remove them, all while placing highly visible warnings in the meantime to keep visitors from having an accident. Failure to do so would make them liable for any injuries that occur. If you’re someone who has experienced an accident because a property owner failed to keep their premises safe, then you should contact an experienced New Orleans inadequate security lawyer immediately to explore your options.

At Bloom Legal, we work with clients who have been injured by the carelessness of property owners in New Orleans to recover legal damages for the injuries they have sustained. We help clients prove that an inadequate or negligent security failure caused them to have an accident that resulted in injury, requiring the time and expense of medical treatment. Whether your injury occurred due to a theft at an apartment complex, an attack in a parking lot, or a sexual assault at a hotel or bar, we will work to ensure that you seek legal action for your injuries and take steps towards becoming whole again.

Why Adequate Security Measures Matter in New Orleans

As a city known for its seemingly continuous state of celebration and over-indulgences, people who live in or visit New Orleans frequently encounter the possibility of crime. Between people who have had too much to drink or those eager to cease on an opportunity, there are many instances in which a crime can occur. Property and business owners have a duty to adequately protect their establishments from such crime by hiring security, installing surveillance, and otherwise promoting safety policies that keep their customers out of harm’s way.

When they fail to do so, owners can be held responsible for any injuries that occur. If you’ve been the victim of such an incident, a New Orleans negligent security lawyer can help you prove that it could have been avoided.

Some of the most common conditions that can lead to this type of injury include:

  • Poor lighting
  • A lack of security guards to protect clientele
  • Security guards who are not adequately trained
  • Broken or malfunctioning locks
  • Broken, malfunctioning or improperly placed security cameras
  • Inadequate parking lot surveillance
  • Ineffective fencing
  • Insufficient employee background checks

The types of injuries that can occur after failing to address the above conditions can be devastating and life-altering. That said, we encourage you to contact a New Orleans negligent security lawyer as soon as possible.

Speak with a New Orleans Inadequate Security Lawyer Today

Being involved in a violent crime is a harrowing experience that shouldn’t have to happen to anyone. However, when a property owner has failed to protect their establishment adequately, they can be held responsible for any injury that might occur. Seek help from a New Orleans negligent security lawyer at our firm today if you believe you have been injured due to negligent and/or inadequate security.



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