Negligent Security

Have you or a loved one been attacked on the property of another? Sometimes the property owner is aware of criminal elements in the neighborhood surrounding the property or of past criminal acts that have taken place on the property before you were attacked. Despite this knowledge, some unscrupulous property owners make no effort to protect their guests or the general public.

Property owners can often prevent these crimes by implementing adequate security measures. In Florida, property owners have a duty to keep their guests and the general public safe from harm, including criminal attacks. If a property owner fails to take adequate safety measures to warn visitors of dangerous conditions, the property owner could be held liable for the negligent security that led to you or a loved one's injury.


Negligent security claims commonly involve any one of the following scenarios:

  • Bar fights
  • Parking lot assaults
  • Robberies at ATMs and parking lots
  • Rape in parking lots or apartment building complexes
  • Poor or inadequate hotel security
  • Attacks in elevators or stairwells
  • Poor or inadequate parking lot surveillance
  • Negligent theme park or shopping mall security

Regardless of the circumstances leading to the injury you or a loved one has sustained as a result of a property owner's negligence, consulting an experienced attorney like me, Justin Caldarone of The Caldarone Law Group, P.A., is critical to see whether you have a claim and can be compensated for your medical expenses, lost wages and emotional pain and suffering.

As a lawyer, I have handled a wide variety of negligent security cases in Naples, Fort Myers and beyond. I understand what it takes to prove that a property owner was negligent in securing his or her premises to help you get the compensation you deserve.

Do You Have A Valid Case?

Wondering if you have a valid premises liability case? Wonder no longer. Simply contact me, attorney Justin Caldarone, for a free consultation: 239-244-3242. I will listen to your story and explain your rights and options.