Family Speaks Out After Father Killed By Security Guard

Posted on: February 1, 2016 by in Info Articles
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Security guard allegedly tackles 64 year old man for allegedly cutting in line at a pharmacy.A contract security officer working at the Virginia Common Wealth Hospital pharmacy allegedly tackled a man. According to the report the 64 year old men suffered a head injury and dead two day later. What is next for the Security Company, officer and hospital?If case law prevails a multimillion dollar payment will be paid out by all parties. If the jury sees its way clear it will see the Continue Reading ...

$46 Million Paid For Neglectful Security

Posted on: December 1, 2015 by in Info Articles
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Could this happen to you? Does your security company know the real risks of major lawsuits? According nbcphiladelphia.com “A jury awarded over $46 million in damages to the families of two women who were shot and killed by a disgruntled employee at the Kraft Foods plant in Northeast Philadelphia in 2010.” Lucky for Kraft who contracted with the security company the lawsuit was against the contract security company thus the reward will come from the security company. What was the Continue Reading ...

IP arrest

Posted on: November 15, 2015 by in Info Articles
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When a security officer does something wrong it looks bad on the company he or she is employed by. When the owner of a security company does something illegal it shines negatively on all of us. The actions of Kelso will have an impact on the security industry for years to come. We are professionals, licensed through the state and entrusted to protect life and property. Not only are we entrusted to perform these actions we are seen or at least should be seen to the public as a trusted member of Continue Reading ...

Inadequate security results in gang shooting

Posted on: November 7, 2015 by in Risk of Lawsuits
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Elmer Meraz went to a bar with his cousin and other friends. While at the bar, Meraz’s cousin started arguing with another patron, Santiago Lopez. Lopez was a known troublemaker and regular customer at the bar and had been regularly ejected from the bar for gang activity and violence. Meraz tried to intervene in the verbal altercation between his cousin and Lopez. A security officer at the bar told all three patrons to leave. When Meraz walked outside of the bar, Lopez pulled out a gun and Continue Reading ...

Clark v. Skaggs Companies, Inc.,

Posted on: November 7, 2015 by in Risk of Lawsuits
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It is not disputed that Johnny Rogers was a security guard for appellant and that he was on duty on December 18, 1984. Two witnesses [**10] testified on behalf of appellant, both of whom were familiar with the security policies of Skaggs stores and Advance Security. Both witnesses stated Rogers had been instructed on security policies, and that Rogers was instructed to attempt to apprehend and detain possible shoplifters and, if the suspect is cooperative, to “follow through with whatever is Continue Reading ...

Jury awards $20 million to rape victim who sued property management company

Posted on: November 7, 2015 by in Risk of Lawsuits
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A Harris County jury awarded $20 million in damages Wednesday to a rape victim who sued her property management company for failing to notify residents about previous sexual attacks on the property.The woman lived at The Promenade Cullen Park when a masked man who resided in the west Houston complex raped and sodomized her for more than 10 hours in February 2009. The Houston Chronicle does not identify victims of sexual assault.According to the lawsuit, the property management company Continue Reading ...

Case Research – Piggly Wiggly

Posted on: November 7, 2015 by in Risk of Lawsuits
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OVERVIEW Margaret Dupree, Charles Dupree Jr. and plaintiff brought action for false arrest and malicious prosecution of Denco security firm and Piggly Wiggly supermarket. The trial court provided damages against the security firm but denied recovery against defendant supermarket upon the jury’s finding that the security firm was an independent contractor. Plaintiff argued that defendant supermarket was responsible for the breach of its non-delegable duty to customers’ safety. The court Continue Reading ...

Whole Foods Blog

Posted on: October 20, 2015 by in Info Articles
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[caption id="attachment_494" align="alignleft" width="400"] Photo Credit: Wikipedia[/caption] Security guard attacks shopper, what’s next? According to the www.securitysales.com on September 3rd 2015 a contract security guard with Admiral Security Services assigned to a Whole Foods in Norther CA slammed a man against a concrete pillar sending him to the hospital. So what is in the future for Admiral Security Services, the Guard and Whole Foods?Accounting the www.securitysale.com Whole Continue Reading ...