Our negligent hiring attorney represents personal injury cases where a person that is employed in a job comes into contact with another person and causes them injury. Examples may include a maintenance worker with a criminal history whose job allows him access to a victim’s home. Then, if that worker commits a crime against the customer or renter, the employee may be considered a negligent hiring. His employer could be held responsible for damages as a result of negligently hiring someone with a criminal background. If someone has a history of poor job performance, dishonesty, violence, or theft, an employer could be held responsible for an employee’s actions. If someone has been kept on a job, despite a history of problems that indicate the employee could be a potential danger to customers, again, the employer could be held responsible for damages caused by that employee.
Has the negligent hiring of an employee resulted in personal injury ?
The personal injury attorneys Kinney, Fernandez & Boire have represented victims of employees whose companies have been held responsible as a result of negligent hiring and retention. Our negligent hiring lawyers are experienced having litigated these cases in state and federal courts. Our Tampa negligent hiring attorneys often use the services of criminal investigators, human resource experts, security experts, accounting experts, and others in order to successfully prove our personal injury cases. If you believe you, or someone close to you, has been victimized by an employee that was negligently hired, let our Tampa attorneys have an opportunity to review your case. The personal injury lawyers at Kinney, Fernandez, And Boire, PA., care for the injured. Our negligent hiring attorney will aggressively defend the rights of the injured.
The initial meeting with your personal injury lawyer is free. We work on a contingency fee which means we only collect a percentage of what we recover for you.