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A Defective Security System May Lead To Burglary

The protection and security of your home, business, and possessions should never be compromised. In order to ensure the security of your property and belongings, you may choose to use a security system or pay your landlord to provide you with the service. The use of a security system is particularly important to protect against burglary and theft. It is the responsibility of your landlord or the security company to regular service and maintain your security system. A defective security system may lead to a break-in and/or burglary. If an alarm does not go off and your premise is protected by a security system, it must be replaced. Failure to replace a defective security system may have serious consequences. If you have been victim to burglary as a result of your landlord or security company’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. Schedule a free consultation with a Chicago premises liability lawyer today: (312) 641-9200.



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