Pennsylvania and New Jersey Negligent Security (Crimes & Assaults) Law Library
Negligent security cases encompass a wide variety of cases involving criminal activity in both public places like malls, clubs and bars, and private places like apartment buildings. These cases involve the negligence of a party which leads to criminal activity. For instance, a landlord may fail to fix locks on an apartment building door, and as a result, a tenant is hurt in a robbery. Similarly, a bar may fail to provide enough security to deal with large crowds of drunk patrons, thus resulting in a stomping injury to another patron. These are classic types of negligent security cases.
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