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Negligent Security

Supermarkets & Restaurants Wrestling With More Safety Challenges Since the Pandemic

Grocery stores and restaurants have been spending more money on security, limiting hours, or even closing locations due to increases in crime since the start of the pandemic. Starbucks, for example, recently announced they were closing 16 profitable locations due to employees reporting incidents related to drug use and other disruptions. How much has violent


The Surprising Impacts of Retail Crime

Organized retail crime (ORC) is on the rise in the United States, and it is impacting inflation, store employees, and customers alike.  So, what is retail crime? How does ORC impact inflation? What should I do if I was injured at a store – either directly or indirectly – due to organized retail crime? Read


Why Do I Need a Florida Negligent Security Lawyer?

Security is a major factor when choosing a property to rent. But what if a security breach happens and either you or your loved one is injured? Can you hold the property owner accountable for the insecurity breach? Well, yes you can! Property owners are tasked with the responsibility of ensuring the safety of their


The Relationship Between Negligence & Personal Injury Law

Negligence is a significant part of personal injury law. When someone acts carelessly and causes an injury to another person, the responsible party is liable under the legal principle of negligence. This method for determining fault is used in most disputes that involve an accident or injury. These include informal settlement talks and trials in


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