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Tazewell, VA - Shooting at the Seven Restaurant Leaves 2 People Injured

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Published: July 8, 2020
By: Kennady Schuster
Last Updated on December 17, 2020

A Father and Son Were Injured in a Shooting at Seven Restaurant

On Tuesday around 9 p.m. police received a call for a shooting outside of the Seven restaurant located on 203 Main St, Tazewell, VA 24651.

Upon arrival, police found two men with gunshot wounds outside of the restaurant. The shooting was caused by an argument which led to a fight.

Both victims, the father and the son, were hospitalized but are in stable condition.

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Can I Sue For a Restaurant Shooting?

Attorney contributor Kevin Biniazan represents victims of criminal violence and their families in civil lawsuits. Kevin has some insight to share about the legal rights of restaurant shooting victims.

Restaurant owners are legally obligated to provide adequate security on their property in order to prevent violent crime. If a property owner fails to provide adequate security and someone is injured on-site, then the victim may have grounds for a lawsuit against the property owner.

Additionally, the crime that happened must have been reasonably foreseeable. Therefore, if a reasonably foreseeable shooting occurs at a restaurant with inadequate security, then the property owner may be held liable for the crime.

If you or a loved one have been injured or killed in a restaurant shooting, you can learn more about your family’s legal options by speaking with one of our crime victim attorneys.


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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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