Employee Was The Attacker

Do you have questions about filing a negligent security claim if an employee was the attacker? Watch this video, then call our attorneys.

Question:

Can a negligent security claim be filed if the attacker was an employee?

Answer:

We got a good question recently from someone. Their question was if they are injured by an employee, are they able to pursue a negligent security claim against the employer? The answer is yes. The employer has a responsibility to provide employees that can perform the job properly and who will not injure other people. If the injury is a result of the employer’s failure to either hire the right people, or train their employees, or supervise their employees, then you can absolutely pursue a negligent security case against the employer.

There are a lot of factual details that go into determining those claims and so it will be helpful to get an attorney involved right away.


Have you or a loved one been been hurt on commercial property in Kansas due to negligent security and have questions about filing a negligent security claim if an employee was the attacker? Contact our experienced Kansas negligent security lawyers today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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