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Negligent Security Lawyers in Maryland

Fighting for Injury Victims in Premise Liability Cases

At Schlachman, Belsky, Weiner, & Davey, P.A., our experienced team of lawyers is dedicated to fighting for the rights of injury victims in premise liability cases. If you or a loved one has suffered harm due to negligent security measures on someone else's property, we are here to help you seek justice and fair compensation.

Indicators of Negligent Security 

Recognizing signs of negligent security is crucial for individuals who have been harmed due to inadequate safety measures on someone else's property. At Schlachman, Belsky, Weiner, & Davey, P.A., we have extensive experience in handling cases involving negligent security and premises liability

Here are some common indicators that may suggest negligence on the part of property owners or managers:

Lack of Proper Lighting

Dimly lit areas, especially in parking lots, stairwells, and alleyways, can create an environment conducive to criminal activity and make it more difficult to see potential threats.

Broken or Faulty Security Equipment

Malfunctioning security cameras, alarm systems, intercoms, or access control mechanisms can significantly compromise the safety of a property. 

Inadequate Security Personnel

Insufficient or poorly trained security personnel may be unable to effectively monitor and respond to security threats on the premises. 

Lack of Physical Barriers

Properties lacking adequate fencing, gates, or barriers may be more susceptible to unauthorized access by intruders. 

Failure to Address Previous Security Incidents

Ignoring past incidents or failing to implement corrective measures to prevent future occurrences can contribute to a pattern of negligence and increase the likelihood of harm to others.

Absence of Emergency Plans

Properties should have clear and effective emergency response plans in place to address security threats and protect occupants in the event of an emergency situation. Failure to develop and implement such plans may constitute negligence on the part of property owners or management.

Proving Liability in a Maryland Negligent Security Case

In Maryland, establishing liability in a negligent security case requires demonstrating that the property owner or manager failed to uphold their duty to provide adequate security measures, which directly contributed to the plaintiff's injuries or damages. 

At Schlachman, Belsky, Weiner, & Davey, P.A., our experienced attorneys understand the complexities involved in proving liability in these cases and are dedicated to helping victims seek justice. If you've been injured due to negligent security measures, you don't have to navigate the legal process alone. Our compassionate attorneys are here to provide the guidance and advocacy you need to pursue the compensation you deserve. 

Who Can Be Held Liable for Negligent Security?

In negligent security cases, liability can extend beyond just the property owner to other parties responsible for ensuring the safety and security of individuals on the premises. Identifying all potentially liable parties is essential for maximizing compensation for victims of negligent security incidents. At Schlachman, Belsky, Weiner, & Davey, P.A., our experienced attorneys thoroughly investigate each case to determine all parties that may be held accountable. 

Here's a breakdown of who can be held liable for negligent security:

  • Property Owners
  • Property Managers
  • Security Companies
  • Contractors and Maintenance Personnel
  • Third Parties
  • Government Entities

If you have been injured due to negligent security measures, don't hesitate to seek legal guidance. Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss your case.

Contact Us Now For A Free Personal Injury Consultation

For more information about our personal injury practice, contact Schlachman, Belsky, Weiner & Davey, P.A., today. Call our firm at (410) 685-2022 or Call 855-865-6185 toll-free or complete our online form.

We handle cases throughout the state and have offices located conveniently in Upper Marlboro, Salisbury, Frederick and the city of Baltimore.

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