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Posen, IL - Two Killed in Fatal Shooting at Hero's Sports Bar

Posen, IL - Two Killed in Fatal Shooting at Hero's Sports Bar
Published: September 30, 2022
By: Darla Medina
Last Updated on September 30, 2022

Two Men Killed in Fatal Posen Bar Shooting 

According to Chicago Sun-Times, two men were fatally shot at Hero's Sports Bar located at 14346 S Western Ave, Posen, IL 60469. 

The police responded to the fatal shooting in the bar's parking lot early Sunday morning, September 25, 2022. The incident is still under investigation, but they confirmed on Tuesday that a 39-year-old man suffered multiple gunshot wounds and a 46-year-old man suffered a gunshot wound to the chest.

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Justice For Victims Fatally Shot in a Bar Parking Lot

Attorney contributor Brian Kent often represents victims of bar shootings and their families in the state of Illinois. As an experienced shooting victim lawyer, he helps victims or their surviving family members recover the compensation they rightfully deserve.

"It's important that the crime is thoroughly investigated when there is a bar shooting. The bar owner is legally responsible for providing sufficient security to ward off preventable dangers, like shootings and stabbings. They should implement a safety plan that includes security cameras, hired security guards, and ample parking lot lighting. Failure to uphold this could cause them to be held liable in the event of a tragic shooting on their property."

"If there had been an increase in violence or crime at the bar, the owner would be responsible for increasing their security measures. The victims of bar shootings or their surviving family members should consult with an experienced shooting victim lawyer to learn more about their legal rights. They may be entitled to financial compensation."

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