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Brick, NJ- Targeted Attack in ShopRite Parking Lot Leaves One Man Injured

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Published: August 5, 2021
By: Darla Medina
Last Updated on August 5, 2021

One Man Left in Critical Condition After Stabbing in ShopRite Parking Lot

According to New Jersey 101.5, A 44-year old man was stabbed in a ShopRite Parking lot on July 26, 2021.

The unidentified man was found by police around 4:00 p.m. in the back of the ShopRite parking lot on Route 70. 

Once police found the man he was immediately sent to Jersey Shore University hospital where he was declared to be in critical but stable condition. 

According to the Ocean County Prosecutor, it appears the man was targeted and suffered from multiple stabbing wounds.

The motivation for the attack has not yet been shared by the police department.

Prosecutor Bradley Billhimer assures the public that since the attack was targeted there is no present danger. 

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Legal Options for Stabbing Victims

Attorney Briant Kent is an experienced violent crimes lawyer. Kent has represented victims of violent crimes for several years and assists them in determining their optimal legal options. Kent offers some insight for victims stabbed at a business.

"All patrons of a business are entitled to assume proper safety measures are put in place to assure a safe environment. If a business owner has not implemented proper safety precautions such as proper lighting and security cameras, the owner can be found negligent in the court of law. Negligence is determined if the crime is found to be reasonably foreseeable. An instance of a foreseeable crime could be if crime rates have risen in the area."

"If you or someone you love has been injured on a business owner's property, the owner can be held liable, and it is in your best interest to hire an experienced attorney to determine your legal options. Victims of stabbings should be aware that if a business owner is found negligent, they could receive financial compensation for the damages endured."

Sources:

New Jersey 101.5

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