In Miami Beach, nightlife is a way of life for tourists and permanent residents alike. Unfortunately, bar and nightclub shootings resulting in injury or death do happen.
Sadly, stories like the Pulse Nightclub Shooting are no longer out of the ordinary. If you or someone you know has been involved in a bar or nightclub shooting in Miami Beach, Elstein Legal may be able to help you gain the compensation you deserve. Contact Elstein Legal today for a free case consultation.
Why would I need a Nightclub Shooting Lawyer?
At this point, you have likely heard of the previously mentioned Pulse Nightclub shooting—a horrific tragedy where 49 people were killed and 50 more were injured at a nightclub in Orlando. This is only one example of the growing number of mass shootings that take place in the US.
In 2019 alone, 417 mass shootings took place on American soil. Sadly, more than 20 of these shootings took place in the state of Florida. Bars and nightclubs, where people congregate in large groups, are often the target of shooters. If you or someone you love has been involved in a bar or nightclub shooting in the Miami Beach area, you may be entitled to compensation.
Examples of nightclub misconduct worth pursuing in court include—but are not limited to—the following:
- Death of a loved one
- Health complications related to injuries sustained during the shooting
- Permanent disability
- Brain injuries or loss of normal bodily functions
- Mental pain and suffering
If you or a loved one have been involved in a bar or nightclub shooting in Miami Beach, Elstein Legal can help. Our experienced team will review your situation to determine if you have grounds to file a nightclub shooting lawsuit.
Who Is Liable For a Bar or Nightclub Shooting in Miami Beach?
Like in other cases, multiple parties may be held accountable for bar or nightclub shootings in Miami Beach. Parties that may be held liable may include—but are not limited to—the following:
- The shooter
- The owner of bar, nightclub, or property
- The property manager in charge at the time of the shooting
- The security service employed by the property
If the property owner or security company failed to provide the necessary services required to prevent the shooting, they may be held accountable. Negligible security occurs when:
- Adequate lighting is not provided
- A proper number of security personnel for the venue are not present
- Security cameras are not in place or are not functioning properly
Why use Elstein Legal to Represent You in Your Bar or Nightclub Shooting Claim?
At Elstein Legal, our team has years of experience in numerous personal injury-related areas and can negotiate on your behalf. No matter the task at hand, Brian Elstein strives to rise to the occasion and deliver the results you need. Instead of rushing to the next new client, attorney Elstein’s client-first approach means that we’ll work to provide the assistance you need every step of the way. Contact Elstein Legal today for a free case consultation.