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San Diego, CA - One Man Injured In Stabbing Outside of Pacers Showgirls International

Pacers Showgirl International Gentleman's Club in San Diego, CA
Published: October 14, 2020
By: Kennady Schuster
Last Updated on December 1, 2020

One Injured During Stabbing Outside Pacers Gentleman's Club

The San Diego Union-Tribune claims that on October 11th around 10:35 p.m. a stabbing occurred outside of Pacers Showgirls International Gentleman’s Club located on 3334 Midway Dr, San Diego, CA 92110.

A man was leaving the club and walking to his car when he saw people arguing near his vehicle. The man asked the people to step away from his car and then one of them proceeded to stab him in his lower back.

The victim was treated for his non-life-threatening injuries and is recovering from the incident.

No information about the suspect is available and police are asking anyone with information on stabbing to contact SDPD’s Western Division at (619) 692-4800 or, to provide a tip anonymously, contact Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477.

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Financial Compensation For Victims of Club Stabbings

Attorney contributor Bobby Thompson is an experienced violent crime attorney who represents victims and their families in civil lawsuits. Bobby has provided his knowledge on the legal rights of victims of stabbings.

All commercial property owners are obligated by law to protect any patrons and employees on their property. They can do this by providing adequate security, like installing video surveillance and establishing well-lit parking lots. If adequate security is not provided and someone is injured on-site, then the property owner may be held liable for the victim’s injuries.

Additionally, the crime must be deemed reasonably foreseeable in order for the victim to have grounds for a lawsuit against the property owner. A reasonably foreseeable crime is one that occurs on a property with a history of criminal violence and the owner did nothing to improve security measures. Overall, to have a strong case against a property owner, a victim’s lawyer must be able to prove that the owner provided inadequate security and that the crime was reasonably foreseeable.


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Editor: Kennady is a rising senior at Fordham University. She is studying New Media and Digital Design with a concentration in commerce. Her passion while writing for Legal Herald is to help inform and educate people with their rights and options during a time of need. Contact Kennady: This article was fact checked prior to publishing by this author to ensure compliance with our rigorous editorial standards. We will only use authoritative sources. Our values compel us to provide only trustworthy information. If you find an error, please contact us.
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