Did you know that businesses in Orange County have a duty to protect you from danger? This helps to explain why so many business owners invest so much in their security. If you are injured as a victim of a crime while visiting a business, the owner could be responsible for your damages.
Contact the Law Offices of John Rapillo at 949-675-5060 to learn about how we can help you recover the money you deserve. Our experienced negligent security attorneys will fight to make sure that you are fairly compensated for your injuries. Call today to schedule a free consultation with our skilled legal team.
If a business is open to the public, the owner must take reasonable care to protect guests from harmful conduct. This duty does not require business owners to fully guarantee that guests will be safe from harm. Instead, businesses must assess their own properties and take steps to provide an overall layer of safety. The degree to which a business owner will have to embrace safety measures will often depend on the location and average crime rate in that area.
Reasonable care may exist if a business owner:
Whether or not safety measures are reasonable is a subjective question of fact. This means that it will depend on the particular circumstances of each case. Learn more by reading our frequently asked questions about negligent security.
Have you been injured as a guest at an Orange County business? Could your injury have been prevented if the business owner had utilized reasonable security measures? If so, you may be entitled to compensation. Our Orange County negligent security lawyers can help you maximize the financial settlement or award you receive. Here’s how:
The attorneys at the Law Offices of John Rapillo have more than 35 years of legal experience. We understand that an unexpected injury can change your life forever. We also know that filing a lawsuit can help you recover the money you need and deserve. Email us or call us at 949-675-5060 to schedule a free consultation to find out how we can help you.
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