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South Bexar County, Texas - 22-Year-Old Man In Critical Condition After Stabbing Outside Coyote Crossing Saloon

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Published: August 6, 2018
By: Darla Medina
Last Updated on December 15, 2020

San Antonio Police Investigating Stabbing Outside Coyote Crossing Saloon

San Antonio police are investigating a stabbing that left one man critically injured outside of Coyote Crossing Saloon early Sunday morning. Officers responded to a call at the bar on the 23000 block of Mathis Road at around 2:15 a.m. According to the police, two men got into a confrontation in the parking lot and a suspect pulled out a knife, then stabbed a 22-year-old male victim in the upper chest. The victim was brought to San Antonio Military Medical Center in critical condition. The suspect fled the scene.

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Can Victims of Bar Shootings and Stabbings File Lawsuits?

Legal commentator Anjali Nigam has the following thoughts on the legal options of violent crime victims:

In some cases, violent incidents like shooting and stabbings at bars, nightclubs, and other public places could have been prevented. Property owners have a legal obligation to keep their premises safe from any foreseeable hazards, including violent crime. In cases where a property owner is aware that their premises are susceptible to violent crime but fail to take precautions to reduce the risk of such crime, the victim could have grounds for a lawsuit against the property owner.

Premises liability cases are extremely complex and determining if a property owner is liability depends on the unique circumstances of a particular case. Victims of violent crimes who are curious about their legal options can learn more by discussing their case with an experienced crime victim attorney.

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