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Negligent security injures man after accusing him of shoplifting

If you're accused of shoplifting, it's possible that security could detain you until the situation is resolved. The thing to remember is that you can not be detained unnecessarily, and the security staff should not injure you. These individuals have some right to keep you on the premises, but not at the expense of your health or safety.

Security teams need to keep an eye on club and bar visitors

As a person who goes to bars and nightclubs, the increase in terror attacks and violence in these venues may disturb you. As you decide if you want to continue going to music events and dance clubs, you start to consider the security at these locations. Is it enough to keep you safe? What should security do to prevent injuries to the people inside?

When is a landlord liable for criminal acts on rental property?

The best way to begin addressing this question is by taking a look at the duty owed to rental property tenants by the landlord. In most areas of the U.S., landlords have a degree of responsibility to protect their tenants from harm. This includes things you might expect such as being injured by property defects. However, it also includes protection from violence on the property.

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