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East Frankford, PA - Man Critically Injured in Shooting Inside of Discount Grocery Store on Frankford Avenue

East Frankford, PA - Man Critically Injured in Shooting Inside of Discount Grocery Store on Frankford Avenue
Published: November 16, 2021
By: Darla Medina
Last Updated on November 16, 2021

Victim Injured in Shooting Inside Grocery Store

According to Fox29, a man was left in critical condition after being shot inside a discount grocery store located in the 4700 block of Frankford Ave, Amanadelphia, PA 19124. 

On Wednesday, November 3, 2021, at approximately 1:45 p.m. police responded to a shooting inside of a grocery store. They arrived to find a man with multiple gunshot wounds in critical condition. The victim was transported to Temple University Hospital. 

Police are not sure what instigated the shooting and are continuing to investigate. 

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Financial Compensation for Shooting Victims

Attorney contributor Guy D'Andrea is an experienced crime victim attorney. He represents victims of gunshot wounds, helping them recover financial compensation in cases involving safety negligence. During a recent interview, Brian discussed the legal options available to victims shot on commercial property.

"Commercial property owners have a legal responsibility to keep their properties secure from preventable dangers, including foreseeable violent crime. If a shooting happens and people are injured or killed, all of the circumstances of the crime should be investigated, including the property owner's security measures. Adequate security measures could include security cameras, well-lit parking lots, and hired security guards."

"Some violent crimes occur because of inadequate security or other forms of negligence on behalf of the property owner. If negligence is a key factor, victims and their families may have sufficient grounds for a lawsuit against the commercial property owner. Victims of shootings can learn more about their legal options by consulting with an experienced crime victim attorney."


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