According to KTLA, there was a stabbing outside The Juke Joint located at 735 N Anaheim Blvd, Anaheim, CA 92805.
Police arrived at the scene at about 1:45 am on June 6th. Upon arrival, police found three men stabbed. Three men had just left the bar when a group of three to six people approached, and an altercation began. The police did not release details regarding what prompted the altercation.
The three victims were in stable condition and taken to local hospitals.
Attorney contributor Bobby Thompson, an experienced violent crimes attorney, has represented numerous victims stabbed outside a bar in civil lawsuits. Below, Bobby shares his insight on victims’ legal options.
“Bars are obligated by law to protect those on and around their property. Therefore, bar owners should do everything in their power to provide a safe environment which often includes, but is not limited to, guards, cameras, and strong lighting. If a bar owner fails to implement proper security measures and a patron is harmed on or around their property, they may be deemed liable.”
“Property owners may be deemed liable if they are found negligent, and the crime is reasonably foreseeable. A reasonably foreseeable crime example is if stabbings or shootings increased in the area. A bar owner could be deemed negligent if they do not increase security measures. Victims and their families should know they may have grounds for a civil lawsuit. Victims of violent crimes should secure the services of an experienced violent crimes attorney to learn about all their legal rights.”