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Lancaster, Pennsylvania - Young Girl Stabbed in Parking Lot of Kensington Club Apartment Complex

Alleged Stabbing of Minor at Kensington Club Apartments in Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Published: March 18, 2020
By: Joe LaFrance
Last Updated on December 1, 2020

No Known Leads in Stabbing Incident in the Parking Lot of Kensington Club Apartments

Last Updated: 7/13/2020

According to Fox 43, a minor girl was taken by ambulance to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries on Wednesday, January 29th.

Authorities stated the girl was stabbed in the parking lot of the Kensington Club Apartment Complex located at 1330 Wabank Road. They are not releasing any other details since the victim is a juvenile.

Police are urging anyone with information regarding the incident to contact Manheim Township Police at (717) 569-6401.

For more information on common questions such as: “Can I Sue For Being Stabbed In An Apartment Complex?” click the link.

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Legal Recourse for Victims of Stabbings at Apartment Buildings

Attorney Guy D'Andrea is a contributor to the Legal Herald who often works with victims of violent crimes in civil cases. Mr. Kent has generously offered to share his insight on the legal process when victims decide to begin a private civil suit.

“All property owners have a legal duty to provide adequate security to ensure the safety of their guests, customers, employees, and residents. They should have security cameras installed, well-lit parking areas, and on-site officers to help with safety. Crimes that happen on the premises where someone is injured can cause the property owner legal problems, should a victim choose to pursue action.

A situation where a person is harmed during a crime that occurs on the property and adequate security was not in place, despite the owner knowing about previous crimes, is referred to as reasonably foreseeable risk. In this case, an owner can be found negligent and will receive partial punishment, in the form of compensation to a victim, for allowing this risk to be present.

A crime victim attorney must prove that an act of negligence occurred and what damages can be requested during a civil case. For example, lost wages, medical costs, therapy expenses, loss of enjoyment of life, and in some cases; funeral expenses, can all be awarded to a victim or a family member of a victim by the court,”  described Attorney Kent.


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