Did a Security Failure Contribute to the Siegel Suites Shooting in Las Vegas?
A man was reportedly shot and injured during an attempted robbery at his apartment at the Siegel Suites Saturday, January 7, 2017.
According to The Las Vegas Review-Journal, the shooting occurred shortly before 5:00 p.m. “at the Siegel Suites at 700 E. Flamingo Road.” Police told media the victim “answered a knock at the door” and an “unknown person entered the apartment and tried to rob [him],” opening fire before fleeing the scene. The victim was reportedly transported to University Medical Center with injuries.
Did negligent security contribute to this shooting? We represent individuals and families who have suffered a tragic loss or injury as a consequence of negligent property security. Read Our Legal Take to find out if the victim may have a legal avenue for justice and claims for substantial compensation in Nevada, or call now for a free consultation with out legal team: 888.842.1616.
Our Legal Take
Generally, property owners are required to protect all guests legally on the premises from any foreseeable harm. Should the facts of this matter reveal that the property owner or management company failed to provide adequate security to protect those on its premises, the victim may seek justice and elect to pursue legal claims for his injuries.
Based upon its prior successful experience in handling security negligence claims on behalf of victims and their families, The Murray Law Firm suggests that photographs and a thorough, unbiased inspection of the property will need to be performed immediately, before any evidence may be repaired, damaged or destroyed. Given the complexities of pursuing a negligent security case, it is imperative that the victim retain an experienced attorney who can ensure the preservation of any and all evidence that may support such a claim.
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