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Negligent Security Claims

Terrifying Incident Resulting from Negligent Security In January of 2019, the nation was stunned when one woman was sexually assaulted at a Midtown nightclub while live streaming to social media. As the woman screamed out for help, several concerned online users dialed 911. Her perpetrator ultimately evaded authorities that night. Now, she’s suing the nightclub… Read More

Negligent Security in Hotels

Civil Liability for Hotel Patrons When people stay in hotels, they do not expect to be the subject of a crime or act of negligence. However, when hotels have not implemented the proper security measures, hotel patrons may be the victim of a crime or an accident. If a hotel does not have proper security… Read More

Hotel Security Not Receiving Federal Liability Protections

Last year, a deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas that killed 58 people and injured hundreds of others made national headlines. The victims were attending a concert and were shot by a high-stakes gambler from the windows of a hotel room. As it turns out, the contractor-provided security for the concert was federally certified. Under… Read More

Testing Your Smoke Detectors

A smoke detector may be one of the most important items in your home because it can warn you and your family of smoke and fire. Getting an early warning of a fire can provide you and your loved ones with plenty of time to evacuate and remain safe. Like most electronic devices, smoke detectors do not just… Read More

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