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Florida is home to 15 casinos, and the majority of them are concentrated in Broward County and the Greater Fort Lauderdale area. According to the American Gaming Association, casinos across the state employ more than 54,000 employees and gross more than $3.14 billion in revenue, for a total economic impact of $7.55 billion. Millions of visitors hit the tables and slot machines hoping for the jackpot, and many walk away happy. However, guests with pockets full of winnings also attract criminal activity. Robbery, aggravated assault, and other violent crimes can lead to casino shootings when operators do not employ appropriate security measures.

The Boone & Davis, Attorneys at Law team is dedicated to helping victims get their lives back after being injured or losing a loved one to senseless, preventable violence. We have extensive knowledge of the relevant laws, so we are prepared to develop a solid legal strategy to recover compensation for your losses. Please contact us to schedule a no-cost consultation with a Fort Lauderdale casino shootings attorney today. You might also benefit from reviewing some background about these cases. 

Casinos Have Legal Duties Under Florida Law

Under the theory of premises liability, property and business owners are required to maintain the space in a safe condition and free from foreseeable risks. This duty means making repairs, cleaning up spills, and fixing loose railings; it also extends to ensuring the premises is reasonably safe from criminal acts.

Therefore, since criminal activity is foreseeable at a casino, the owner must take such precautions as:

  • Installing security cameras;
  • Retaining properly licensed security guards;
  • Implementing auto-locking doors and keycard systems;
  • Restricting access to casino guests; and
  • Installing adequate lighting in all parking lots, corridors, hallways, and other common areas.

The failure to implement these and other measures could lead to a claim for negligent security. Victims may qualify to recover compensation for medical costs, pain and suffering, and other losses.

Timeline of a Florida Casino Shootings Claim

As with any legal matter, there are specific stages and legal requirements when seeking compensation for negligent security. Our Fort Lauderdale casino shootings lawyers at Boone & Davis will advocate on your behalf throughout the process, but it is helpful to know the timeline.

  1. Investigations: Proof is critical to a premises liability case, so you need evidence showing the specific ways the casino breached the duty of care.
  2. Insurance Claims: Because casinos carry liability insurance, you must file a claim under the policy. Insurers are often willing to settle, but some refuse to pay fair compensation.
  3. Litigation: If you cannot reach an agreement with the insurance company, the next stage of a casino shooting claim is suing in court.

Call Now to Speak to a Fort Lauderdale Casino Shootings Attorney

To learn more about your rights and the legal process, please contact Boone & Davis, Attorneys at Law. You can set up a free case assessment by calling 954-566-9919 or visiting our website. After reviewing your circumstances, a South Florida casino shootings lawyer can explain what to expect.

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