Lawyers Helping the Victims of Negligent Security in New Jersey


Part of property owners’ duty is to make sure their premises are free and clear of any dangers which include taking steps to reduce the possibility of physical attacks. When they fail, rapes, murders, assaults and muggings can occur.

Gold, Albanese, Barletti & Locascio L.L.C. is the premier source for legal representation in all types of premises liability cases, including negligent security in Morristown, New Jersey. Our attorneys combine more than 200 years of experience fighting for the victims of all types of accidents, and we can fight to help you receive fair compensation for your pain and suffering.

We Can Hold Negligent Property Owners Accountable

Whether it is at a public park, gas station, dormitory, hotel, ATM, parking garage, bar, nightclub or any public space, you deserve to be kept safe. Attacks happen, however, when property owners fail to provide:

  • Proper Lighting
  • Security Guards
  • Video Surveillance Cameras
  • Working Locks and Security Systems

Just like in any premises liability case, it is important to act quickly to secure legal representation. If given the chance, some property owners may attempt to cover up a lack of security. Our lawyers can get to work on your behalf preserving crucial evidence and interviewing witnesses so that you have the strongest possible case. We will fully prepare as if your case will head to trial, where we will be ready to aggressively advocate on your behalf, if necessary.

Do Not Delay. Call Our Law Firm If You Are the Victim of an Attack.

Too many people think that if they are the victim of a crime then there are no grounds for a lawsuit. We understand premises liability and negligent security laws, and we can help you pursue compensation.

Contact Gold, Albanese, Barletti & Locascio L.L.C., today at 973-326-9099 to schedule a free initial consultation.

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