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  • Local Crime Stats Are Essential When It Comes to Your Negligent Security Case
    Local Crime Stats Are Essential When It Comes to Your Negligent Security Case

    Some of our most recent articles focused on negligent security cases, what is needed to prove them , and what is considered adequate security. The physical features and specific elements that count as ...

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  • Broken Apartment Gates: A Liability Issue
    Broken Apartment Gates: A Liability Issue

    Apartments buildings utilize and promote many different security features in order to keep residents and visitors safe. Some of the most common security features that complexes use include security ...

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  • What Counts as Adequate Security?
    What Counts as Adequate Security?

    When you are at your own apartment, you typically expect that nothing bad will happen to you. You lock your windows and doors at night and expect that the apartment security will take care of the ...

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  • What Should I Do If I Was Injured at a Friend’s House?
    What Should I Do If I Was Injured at a Friend’s House?

    Filing a premises liability lawsuit against a business probably won’t spark any conflicted feelings or emotional dilemmas for most people. However, if you sustained injuries at a friend’s house, you ...

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  • Who is at Fault for My Child’s Playground Accident?
    Who is at Fault for My Child’s Playground Accident?

    Kids love visiting the playground. Whether their favorite thing is to climb, slide, or get pushed on the swings, it is a great way to get them out, active, and social. However, if the playground’s ...

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  • Can a Tenant Sue for Inadequate Security?
    Can a Tenant Sue for Inadequate Security?

    Criminal activity can hit any one of us and often happens when someone least expects it. When you are a victim of a crime that occurs on a property that you are renting, can you hold the property ...

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