Clerk Shoots Reported Trespasser After Alleged Stabbing in Las Vegas, Nevada

2 injured in 7-Eleven alleged stabbing and shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada

Injured Store Clerk Allegedly Chased Down, Shot Attacker

According to Fox 5 Las Vegas, a 7-Eleven store clerk tried to remove a trespasser from the premises located at 810 East Lake Mead Boulevard on Wednesday, January 15th. While attempting to remove the enraged customer, the trespasser allegedly stabbed the store clerk and reportedly fled the scene.

Witnesses reported that the store clerk chased after the alleged perpetrator to a nearby bus stop where the store clerk shot the individual. Authorities stated that both people were taken to UMC with non-life threatening injuries.

No charges have been filed and the investigation is on-going.

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Legal Options for Victims of Violent Crimes

Brian Kent, contributor for the Legal Herald and attorney at CrimeVictim.Attorney, works with victims of violent crimes in civil litigations. Below, he shared his insight on legal options for those injured in gas station crimes.

Attorney Kent explains, “Property owners and business owners have some form of legal obligation to their customers and visitors in pretty much every state. This law makes them responsible for the safety and security of people on the premises. To provide adequate security they may be required to have well-lit parking lots, security guards, security cameras, and other forms of security measures. Failure to do so could hold the business or owner liable for their part in any crime that takes place on-site.”

Kent continued, “In order to appropriately prove that negligence occurred, your attorney will need to conduct extensive research into the case. The attorney will need to find proof that a reasonably foreseeable crime was committed. They may also need to determine that a property or business owner knew about crimes like stabbings in the area and chose to do nothing to improve safety measures on their property.

When a victim of a crime decides to file a personal injury lawsuit in a civil court, proving a property owner failed to appropriate security will be at the hands of a crime victim attorney. Proving an act of negligence occurred can aid in securing a compensation for lost wages, medical bills, and other injury related expenses,” states Kent.

If you were involved in a stabbing or other crime, like this one, contact our office for a consultation with an experienced attorney.

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