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Evidence Development In Negligent Security Cases

Authored By The Haggard Law Firm’s Christopher L. Marlowe When you argue that your client’s injuries could have been prevented through the use of reasonable security measures, the defendant will claim those measures are excessive or unnecessary. So what are reasonable measures, and how can you help the jury view the case through your eyes? You must first go to the crime scene and begin reviewing any security efforts that the defendant undertook. A crucial part of evidence development in these cases is examining the premises and putting the security measures into context. For example, a client was stabbed to death in...

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CASE RESULT: $3.1 million settlement delivered for family of murder victim in negligent security case

CASE RESULT: Continental Real Estate Companies among defendants in $3.1 million settlement  in negligent security case   21 year old shot and killed while his first child is born. Miami, Florida – Bad lighting, broken cameras, and other insufficient security measures have lead a Miami nightclub, Continent Real Estate Companies, and others to settle with the family of a murder victim for $3.1 million in a civil case. On November 28th, 2011 Charles Lucas, Jr. was trying to diffuse an argument between his friends and several patrons of the Kaffe Krystal Night Club in Miami (2550 NW 72nd Avenue #305, Miami, FL 33122) following a...

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Family Advocates to Prevent Drownings

Family Advocates to Prevent Drownings By Christopher L. Marlowe, The Haggard Law Firm It was the day after Thanksgiving.  Two year old Soleila Estien was taking a nap with her father in the family’s apartment in Hollywood, Florida.  Her mother Vahnessa was at work, and Grandma had just dozed off with a book.  Everything about this beautiful Friday afternoon was warm and pleasant. Dad was startled awake not long after he and Soleila lay down on the couch together.  She was gone. As parents usually do when searching for their toddler, dad looked behind couches, in closets, and other such places where little...

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