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Category Archives: Inadequate Security


When Inadequate Security Measures Not Only Lead to Assault, But Additional Harm Later in Life

By Mark H. Wright, PLLC |

In July, a student who was sexually assaulted in her high school filed a lawsuit against the board of education, high school, and school district, alleging that negligence displayed by all three–in particular, inadequate security measures–led to her assault by another student in a stairwell while she was walking to class. Specifically, her allegations… Read More »

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Florida Court Decides That Parents of Parkland School Shooting Victims Can Sue Security Guard for Negligence

By Mark H. Wright, PLLC |

In July, the Fourth District Court of Appeals in Florida ruled that parents of Parkland School shooting victims can sue the security guard for negligence in connection with failing to “call a Code Red,” when he spotted the shooter arrive at the school immediately before the incident occurred. Several parents of victims who died… Read More »

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