Message to Our Clients and Potential Clients Regarding COVID-19:

We are operating at 100% capacity to serve you during this current health crisis. Whether our attorneys and staff are working from our offices or working remotely, we have technology in place to fully serve our clients while also protecting their health and the health of our employees. We are all in this together. If you’ve been hurt, call us for a free consultation. Together, we can face these challenges. Together, we can COME BACK STRONGER!

Florida Personal Injury Firm
Click to Call CLICK TO CALL. Attorneys Always Available Email Us Tallahassee 850.222.3232or | Orlando 407.917.9697 | Jacksonville 904.222.3333
Fasig | Brooks Orlando Negligent Security Attorneys

Assaults, Attacks & Negligent Security in Orlando

Where You Injured Because of Negligent Security?

In Florida, part of a property owner’s responsibility to lawful visitors and guests is to provide adequate security measures. Depending on the type of property and its location, a property owner may be required to have surveillance cameras, security personnel, special locking systems, alarms, or other measures or devices in place to protect visitors, tenants, customers, and guests. Inadequate security increases the chances of criminal activity and may result in serious injuries or even death.

The Orlando premises liability lawyers at Fasig | Brooks represent clients across Florida who have been injured as a result of negligent security practices by property owners and security providers. Although these cases involve complex premises liability issues, we have the experience and knowledge to provide skilled representation. We also recognize the traumatic experience that our clients have experienced and take care to provide compassionate support when it’s needed most.

Contact our firm at (850) 222-3232 for a free consultation.

Identifying & Exposing Security Negligence by Orlando Property Owners

Depending on the case, fault in a security negligence case may fall with a property owner for failing to provide personnel or equipment, or on a security company that does not properly secure the premises. Security guards, doormen, bouncers, patrolmen, and others have a duty to perform their jobs correctly and to exercise due diligence. If they fail to do so, criminal activity may occur. Sexual assault, mugging, rape, robbery, assault, and other acts can leave a victim seriously injured and with lasting emotional trauma.

Our attorneys can handle cases involving criminal activity at:

  • Retail stores
  • Banks and other financial institutions
  • Schools and learning centers
  • Parking facilities
  • Office buildings
  • Apartment complexes
  • Hotels and motels
  • Theme parks

We can also help if you were wrongfully injured by security personnel while at such an establishment.

Let us hold negligent property owners and security companies in Orlando accountable for your injuries. Call (850) 222-3232 today to learn more.

Put Fasig | Brooks On Your Side

Retain Trusted Guidance for the Benefit of Your Case
  • Committed to Your Case

    Clients receive personalized representation from attorneys that truly care.

  • Courtroom Familiarity

    Our extensive trial experience sets us apart from other Tallahassee firms.

  • Focused on Helping the Injured

    The insurance companies do not have our loyalty—victims do.

  • Big Enough to Make an Impact

    We are a large firm and have the resources to take cases to trial.

Our Blog

Recent Posts
  • Exclusive Remedies Under the Law • Fasig | Brooks

    Dana Brooks explains how certain instances may have one or two causes of action or claim with exclusive remedies under the law. She gives an example ...

    Continue Reading
  • Can I Sue as a Passenger? • Fasig | Brooks

    Jimmy Fasig discusses whether you can sue somebody if you are injured riding as the passenger in a vehicle. More often than not, if you are injured in ...

    Continue Reading
  • Viable Slip & Fall Cases • Fasig | Brooks

    Attorney Jimmy Fasig explains how to know whether or not you have a viable slip and fall case. Business owners have a duty to maintain their premises ...

    Continue Reading