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Troy, NY - Shooting at The Bradley Bar Leaves One Dead, One Injured

Troy, NY - Shooting at The Bradley Bar Leaves One Dead, One Injured
Published: April 1, 2022
By: Darla Medina
Last Updated on April 1, 2022

One Killed and One Critically Injured Following a Bar Shooting

According to News 10, two were shot outside The Bradley bar located at 28 4th St, Troy, NY 12180. 

A fundraiser at the bar came to a tragic end when two were shot around 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, March  26, 2022. Police arrived to find a man with a gunshot wound in his chest. Despite life-saving measures, he died at the scene. Another victim was transported to the hospital with a gunshot wound in the torso and remained in critical condition. Police are still investigating what led up to the shooting and looking for leads on a suspect. 

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Can I Sue If I Was Shot at a Bar? 

Laurence Banville, an attorney who provides commentary for the Legal Herald, has experience representing gun injury victims in New York. Laurence assists bar shooting victims and their families in private civil lawsuits. During a recent conversation, Laurence answered a common question, "Can I sue for being shot at a bar?"

"Bar owners, like other property owners, have a legal obligation to keep their establishments safe from preventable dangers, such as stabbings and shootings. It's crucial that these owners provide a level of security features like trained security personnel, surveillance cameras, and well-lit parking lots. In fact, the bar owner could be held accountable for damages if no safeguards were in place during a shooting."

"Sadly, some bar shootings occur as a result of insufficient security or other forms of property owner neglect. Victims, or the surviving family members of those killed in bar shootings, may have reasonable grounds to initiate a lawsuit against the bar owner if it can be proven that negligence played a role. Additionally, if the area was prone to violence, but the owner failed to add security to reduce the risk, they could be deemed liable for a foreseeable crime. Speaking with an experienced gun injury victim attorney can help victims understand more about their legal options for financial compensation."

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