According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, a man was stabbed outside Camel's Bar and Grill located at 10330 Friars Rd #106, San Diego, CA 92120.
At around 7 p.m. on Sunday, November 20, 2022, a 23-year-old man was stabbed during a fight outside of a bar in the Grantville neighborhood. Police said the victim walked out of the bar attempting to break up the fight. The victim suffered a 6-inch laceration to the side of his neck and was taken to a hospital for treatment.
Attorney contributor Bobby Thompson helps victims of violent crimes in California file bar-stabbing lawsuits for compensation. Bobby recently discussed when a victim of a bar stabbing could file a lawsuit.
"It is the responsibility of bar and nightclub owners to keep their patrons and staff safe. The risk of violent crime, such as shootings and stabbings, is higher at these establishments due to alcohol consumption. Minimizing this risk should be a top priority for owners of the bar. Having adequate lighting, installing video cameras, and hiring trained security personnel are some of the things that could be done to increase security. Owners can be held responsible for crimes committed on their property if they do not implement proper security measures."
"A violent crime lawyer can help determine if the bar owner was negligent. Increased protection is needed for a bar that has a criminal history. It is possible to reduce preventable crimes with coat checks or metal detectors. The bar owner could be responsible for damages if they failed to improve security. Victims may file a lawsuit if the crime was foreseeable and the bar owner failed to offer enough security. They may be entitled to compensation for damages. "