Tag Archives: Negligent Security
Can All Businesses be Liable for Negligent Security in California?
In the state of California, there are many businesses that may benefit from establishing a reliable, organized security system. But are these security systems actually required by law? The short answer is no. There are no laws in California that state that certain businesses must enlist the help of security guards and install security… Read More »
Can You Sue BART for Negligent Security?
Countless commuters ride the BART system each day in the San Francisco Bay area, and the vast majority of these individuals arrive safely at their destinations. However, some are injured while on this public transit system. Slips and falls are common, as are traffic collisions. However, one of the most overlooked sources of injury… Read More »
The Role of Foreseeability in a Negligent Security Lawsuit
At first glance, the word “foreseeability” might seem like a relatively straightforward term. After all, what could be so confusing about the ability to foresee something? However, this word has led to all kinds of debate in the legal community, particularly in the context of personal injury lawsuits. The definition of foreseeability has become… Read More »
When is a Security Guard Negligent?
Security guards are some of the most hard-working individuals in California, but they are also capable of negligence. If you believe that security guard negligence has caused you direct harm, you are perfectly entitled to take legal action. When is a security guard negligent? What kinds of actions (or inactions) does a security guard… Read More »