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The Fort Hood Shooting: Premises Liability

Posted by Steven A. Bagen

Apr 14, 2014 10:27:00 AM

Another tragedy played out at Fort Hood recently when another mentally ill person killed and wounded several victims in a shooting at Fort Hood.

Obviously, the overwhelming majority of these crimes cannot be prevented, because the perpetrators are using illegal weapons, have a long history of severe mental illness, etc. But, what about those mass shootings that are preventable or foreseeable? Can a business owner or premises owner be held liable for crimes committed on the premises? 
The answer is yes!  Under certain circumstances, a business owner or premises owner can be found liable for criminal activities, deaths, assaults, and damages. 
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Topics: News, Personal Injury Law, Premises Liability

Social Media – The Smoking Gun in the Personal Injury Lawsuits

Posted by Steven A. Bagen

Jun 21, 2011 11:30:00 AM

Technology has undoubtedly changed the world we live in. If you want to communicate with your friends as to your day or your plans that night, you more often than not use a social networking site as means of getting the word out. However, your social networking of choice could also be your biggest obstruction when you decide to pursue a personal injury claim.

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