Lawyer for Failing to Provide Security Claims

Houston Negligent Security Attorney

Property and business owners have a responsibility to visitors to warn them of known dangerous conditions upon their premises and/or provide adequate security when the business premise is in an area that it is known for a high violent crime rate. Yet injuries, sometimes even catastrophic, still occur in Texas from property owners’ failure to provide security or adequate security in apartment complexes, schools, restaurants, banks, hotels, and bars. It is a property owner’s responsibility to provide a safe environment to visitors and inhabitants by taking measures such as securing doors and gates or providing sufficient lighting in hallways, stairwells and parking lots. They are also obligated to hire security guards, conduct pre-employment screenings and routinely inspect the property for safety issues when they have reason to know that the likelihood of criminal activity is high in the surrounding area.

Types of Negligent Security Injury and Cases

Negligent security injuries can arise from various acts of negligence and gross negligence including things such as:


  • Failure to provide working locks
  • Failure to secure windows
  • Failure to secure doors
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Failure to provide security guards
  • Blocked emergency exits
  • Failure to maintain security system
  • Failure to warn tenants and/or customers
    about known dangers in the area
  • Failure to inspect the property

Personal Injury Attorneys in Houston, TX.

Simmons and Fletcher is based in Houston, Texas. We regularly represent victims of personal injury across the State of Texas, combining years of experience and wisdom to fight for you.

Call Now For Your Free Case Evaluation

Let us discuss your case and explore your options. If you or someone you love has been the victim of a negligent security injury, please call Simmons and Fletcher, P.C., immediately at (713) 932-0777 for a free consultation. Every injury case involves a statute of limitations, and we need to secure evidence for your premises liability claim before negligent parties have the opportunity to hide it. You don’t owe us a dime until we win your case.