Pembroke Pines Man Stabbed In The Back At A Sports Bar
28-year-old Shane Arscott of Pembroke Pines was stabbed in the back at Hog Heaven Sports Bar & Grill, which is located at 85361 Overseas Highway. Arscott was stabbed around midnight after an argument insinuated between him and a man. Arscott advised authorities that the man sat in the seat that he was saving for a woman. Arscott was transported from Mariner’s Hospital to Kendall Regional Medical Center where he received treatment. The incident is still being investigated by authorities.
This unfortunate event may not solely be the fault of the man who stabbed Arscott. It is evident that the man’s actions injured Arscott. However, from a civil standpoint, the man may not be the only liable party. Arscott was a patron of the Hog Heaven Sports Bar. If the establishment failed to offer the proper security then it may be civilly liable. This is because a property owner is responsible for any harm that comes to its invitees while on their premises. If said harm was foreseeable and the Hog Heaven Sports Bar failed to take any actions to prevent it, then they are civilly liable for the two injured patrons. The Hogs Heaven Sports Bar owes a reasonable duty of care, which can be fulfilled by making sure the entry to the establishment and the usage of the establishment is safe. As a result, the Hog Heaven Sports Bar may be liable given the unfortunate circumstances that took place in which Arscott was injured on its premises.
If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of someone else’s intentional acts or omissions, please contact attorney Alexis Izquierdo for a free consultation regarding your rights. You may be entitled to monetary relief for medical expenses and more.