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Two People in Florida Sustain Gunshot Injuries from Shooting at Marabou Café Nightclub in Pembroke Pines

Two people were injured early Monday morning in Pembroke Pines, Florida during a shooting at the Marabou Café. The female victim, Tampa resident Julia Kenesha Cornibert, sustained a gunshot wound to her right arm. She was taken to Memorial Pembroke Hospital where she was treated and later released. The male victim, a 31-year-old man whose name had been withheld by police, was shot several times. He underwent surgery at Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood, Florida. There were about 500 people at the nightclub when the shooting took place. Police are looking for the gunman. According to reports, shootings have taken place before outside the nightclub. This is the first shooting incident to reportedly occur inside the club. Inadequate Security Cases If you or someone you love has been injured on a premise because the property owner or manager did not provide proper or sufficient security, you may have grounds to file an inadequate security claim against him or her. In Florida, landowners, business owners, property managers, apartment managers, shopping mall owners, nightclub owners, landlords, building owners, and other people that own or are in charge of a premise are supposed to provide proper security. Security alarms, security personnel, secure parking, and security cameras are some of the many security measures that a premise owner or manager can put into place. If a premise owner or manager knows that there is a risk that a crime may be committed on the property and he or she doesn’t take the proper measures to prevent the crime from happening, the premise owner or manager can be sued for personal injury or wrongful death if someone is injured or killed on the premise as a result. Rape, physical assault, shootings, stabbings, and robbery are some of the crimes that can take place on a premise that doesn’t have proper security. As the victim of a premises liability crime caused by inadequate security, you are entitled under to receive compensation for your injuries. In South Florida, The Law Office of John D. Ameen, P.A. is a personal injury law firm that is committed to helping your obtain the best outcome possible for your personal injury claim or lawsuit. Our premises liability lawyers will work hard to negotiate a settlement or win a verdict that will provide you with compensation for your medical costs, pain and suffering, and other related expenses. You will only pay for our services if we obtain your compensation for you. To schedule your free consultation with one of our Florida inadequate securities lawyers, contact The Law Office of John D. Ameen, P.A. today. Our law offices are conveniently located in Naples, Hollywood, and Miami Beach.