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New Jersey Negligent Security Lawyers

Are You the Victim of a Crime or Violent Assault?

There are few things more harrowing than falling victim to violent criminal behavior; this is something that is made even worse if the crime could have been prevented. In New Jersey, premises owners and operators are required to take reasonable actions to protect visitors who arrive on their premises and to shield them against potential violent crimes. While they cannot always deter human behavior, there are steps that they are legally expected to take.

For example, premises owners and/or operators should ensure there is sufficient security in the form of:

  • Adequate lighting—especially in areas known to be dangerous
  • Locks, alarms, and cameras installed and maintained as needed
  • Proper presence of security guards around the area
  • Security cameras that are properly, regularly monitored

Of course, what is deemed to be an adequate level of security will depend on the type of premises, time of day, and more. If, however, the owner and/or operator failed to provide a safe premises for their visitors, they could be held legally liable for the injuries and damages sustained during the violent crime.

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New Jersey Negligent Security Lawyers

Are You the Victim of a Crime or Violent Assault?

There are few things more harrowing than falling victim to violent criminal behavior; this is something that is made even worse if the crime could have been prevented. In New Jersey, premises owners and operators are required to take reasonable actions to protect visitors who arrive on their premises and to shield them against potential violent crimes. While they cannot always deter human behavior, there are steps that they are legally expected to take.

For example, premises owners and/or operators should ensure there is sufficient security in the form of:

  • Adequate lighting—especially in areas known to be dangerous
  • Locks, alarms, and cameras installed and maintained as needed
  • Proper presence of security guards around the area
  • Security cameras that are properly, regularly monitored

Of course, what is deemed to be an adequate level of security will depend on the type of premises, time of day, and more. If, however, the owner and/or operator failed to provide a safe premises for their visitors, they could be held legally liable for the injuries and damages sustained during the violent crime.

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    *Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.

    • $7,000,000 Premises Liability Jury Verdict

      A woman was putting her 3-year-old son on a carnival amusement ride while holding onto a portable fence when she received an electrical shock. Our client was hospitalized and later developed Traumatic Dystonia, a condition that caused tremors in the hand and makes the fingers curl.

    • $3,200,000 Personal Injury Verdict

      Levinson Axelrod, P.A. Partner Kim Gozsa recently obtained a $3.2 million dollar verdict on behalf of a client who was injured in a slip and fall accident at an outlet shopping plaza in Jackson, New Jersey. The substantial jury award stems from a case in which Kim’s client slipped and fell on ice on a sidewalk at the Jackson Premium Outlets, an outlet shopping center in Jackson Township, New Jersey.

    • $3,000,000 Premises Liability Jury Verdict

      An Edison delivery man slipped on a wet floor while delivering a package. He broke his knee in the fall and suffered an injury to his spine, which in turn aggravated pre-existing conditions of incontinence and impotence which had been caused by previous injuries.

    • $3,000,000 Premises Liability Jury Verdict

      Our client, a North Plainfield man, was injured when he slipped and fell on snowy steps while exiting his building. He suffered a lumbar disc injury, requiring surgery. The jury found his landlord 100% liable for the accident for failing to clear the steps to the building.

    • $2,700,000 Inadequate Security Jury Verdict

      A mother of nine was shot and killed while working at a convenience store. Evidence at trial proved a lack of adequate security, including a panic button and outgoing phone line, had placed this worker at risk. Expert testimony also established that there was an increased risk of criminal activity in convenience stores which had inadequate surveillance equipment. The matter was upheld on Appeal, and settled prior to being reviewed by the New Jersey Supreme Court.

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