A complete guide to premises security litigation / Alan Kaminsky.
Chicago, Ill. : American Bar Association, 2008.
x, 370 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Statistical information and elements of a premises security claim The importance of investigation: proper investigative techniques for ensuring favorable results Defending a premises security action: important strategies for successfully defending a landlord or business owner Proper use of experts in premises security cases Contesting psychological and emotional injuries of a crime victim: post-traumatic stress disorders How jurors view premises security claims Special concerns for landlords and business owners: important tactics for guarding against premises security claims How hotels, motels, restaurants, hospitals, and shopping centers can guard against liability in premises security lawsuits Suggestions for claims personnel: how to obtain favorable resolutions in premises security cases Liability of security companies for the actions/inactions of their employees Bank liability for assaults and robberies occurring at automatic teller machines The role of the assailant at trial Security surveys Preparing for an appeal in a premises security case The future of premises security litigation Lessons learned from trials Terrorism and civil lawsuits.