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thickandthin
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Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit

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Will probably be thrown out, can't see the liability of gas station owner. Hopefully, that thug that beat him will get life though.


meauxjeaux2
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
ohh yeah?


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tylercsbn9
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
Well he cant sue the POS that beat him. Unless food stamps are eligible.


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REG861
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
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Will probably be thrown out, can't see the liability of gas station owner.


Its ambitious but not unheard of.


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Btrtigerfan
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
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Will probably be thrown out


He was in the wrong neighborhood. He was wearing a pink shirt.


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KABoss02
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
It occured on his (gas station) premesis. In that area of town, pumps being open that late, no security, potentially poor lighting..... I don't think a big payday from the GL policy is out of the question.

FWIW, I don't think the station owner did anything wrong, that is just the system we have now.

Get hurt somewhere other than your house, sue said property owner, insurance tenders defense, trys to make you go away with a small settlement, story has media coverage, small settlement not possible -----> payday recieved.
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Spaulding Smails
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
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Will probably be thrown out

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can't see the liability of gas station owner.

You don't much personal injury law, do you?


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jbgleason
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
Sue perpetrator for possession of his EBT card.

Find out EBT card has no limit.

Profit????


pooponsaban
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
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Will probably be thrown out


Yeah. I'm sure Mike Palmintier will just have this thrown out on summary judgment.

Why don't you ladies stick to your Matlock re-runs and pipe down on the legal theories.


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jrodLSUke
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
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Hopefully, that thug that beat him will get life though.

I guess...I mean, It's a good thing the TPOS is off the streets. On the other hand, there is no doubt in my mind that the TPOS is perfectly happy lounging around in jail for the rest of his life.


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Dorothy
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
It will be interesting to see how this plays out. According to the article:

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The same gas station was sued for wrongful death about 10 years ago after the fatal shooting of Christopher K. Hamlin, 25, who died in a hail of gunfire while pouring oil into his vehicle.


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Judge Janice Clark dismissed the case, and her findings were affirmed by the 1st Circuit Court of Appeal.

The appellate court held that business owners owe customers a reasonably safe place and must exercise “reasonable care” to protect them from harm from employees and third parties.

But, the panel added, “there is generally no duty to protect others from the criminal acts of those parties.”

“This duty only arises,” the court held, “when the criminal act in question was reasonably foreseeable to the owner of the business.”


That same gas station was the scene of another murder in 2006, so maybe this time the plantiffs can establish that the crimes were foreseeable and security should have been present since there now seems to be a pattern of violence there.


pooponsaban
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
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That same gas station was the scene of another murder in 2006, so maybe this time the plantiffs can establish that the crimes were foreseeable and security should have been present since there now seems to be a pattern of violence there.


I'm going to pull the petition but I'm sure Mike alleged exactly that.


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KABoss02
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
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That same gas station was the scene of another murder in 2006, so maybe this time the plantiffs can establish that the crimes were foreseeable and security should have been present since there now seems to be a pattern of violence there


If I were the insurance company on this claim I would be crapping my pants right now for this very reason. He will get paid.


Roscoe
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
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Will probably be thrown out, can't see the liability of gas station owner


Well, unlike the first suit that was dismissed and went up on appeal, the Plaintiffs in this suit can now point to at least the two prior shootings on this premises and whatever other criminal activity that has taken place on this property since to try and make their case.


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TigerStripes06
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
At least a "beware: natives are restless" declaration on the stations marquee.


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ChineseBandit66
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
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Sue perpetrator for possession of his EBT card.

Find out EBT card has no limit.

Profit????




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beachdude
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
This particular plaintiff attorney has had many sympathetic victim clients in the past whom he has represented in cases of very tenuous liability. Nonetheless, he has prevailed many times in litigation of this ilk. In this particular case, his clients are extremely sympathetic victims, and the premises owner and operator will be deemed to have known of the security issues and negligently failed to correct them. It is unlikely to be tossed out on summary judgment given the history of the location and I would not be surprised if he obtains a substantial settlement for his clients. Certainly, the division of court in which it is filed will make a difference in the way the case progresses. If I were the defense attorney in this case, I would not be comfortable with my only defense being that the harm was caused by the intentional, criminal act of a third party. The uncertainty will arise based on the perceived attributable percentages of comparative fault.


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idlewatcher
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
Hate to sound shallow in light of him getting worked over by that TPOS, but suing for "more adequate security"? It's not the business owners duty nor job to provide security. If it doesn't have security, take your arse down the road to one that isn't
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in a neighborhood long plagued by violent crime.


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Mung
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
very interesting. Palmintier is an excellent, very courteous and professional attorney. Ordinarily a business owner has no duty to protect patrons from criminal acts of third parties. The question will be whether this was foreseeable.

Honestly, even if they had 2 murders in the last 10 years, does that make crime foreseeable enough to require the store to pay some off duty cop $20/hr for 10-12 hours a night, 365 days a year? That's $73K a year, which would require the sale of numerous 40oz to cover. Cop presence might actually slow sales to criminal element who are btw crimes. Seems a bit much, but I do insurance defense work, so am biased.


lsu480
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re: Man that was beaten at NBR Chevron has filed lawsuit
He will probably get a small settlement.


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