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Legal Representation For Victims of Mass Shootings

If there is one topic that is at the forefront of the national conversation it would be mass shootings. Unfortunately, our children are bearing witness to this fact as the greatest number of these shooting are taking place in our schools across the nation. Only 20 weeks into 2018, the United States has seen 22 school shootings where someone was either hurt or killed. The question is not “if” it will happen again, it is “when” will it happen again.

Following an active shooter or mass shooting, you may be left with hospital expenses, physical therapy, funeral expenses, therapy bills, medical bills, in addition to being devastated and suffering from the senseless loss of a family member. Fortunately, there is something that can be done, and that is to hold the parties responsible that could have possibly prevented the tragedy from taking place. A civil mass shooting lawsuit may answer lingering questions about individuals and corporations who may have been able to prevent a horrible mass shooting.

If you lost a loved one to a mass shooting, contact the team of dedicated attorneys at Jones Brown PLLC to inquire about a mass shooting lawsuit. We will fight for you and your loved ones.

School Shootings

  May 18: Santa Fe, Texas

  • At least eight people — and as many as 10 — were killed in a shooting at Santa Fe High School.

May 11: Palmdale, California

  • A 14-year-old boy went to Highland High, his former school, and began shooting a semiautomatic rifle shortly before classes were scheduled to begin, officials said. A 15-year-old boy was struck in the shoulder.

April 20: Ocala, Florida

  • A 17-year-old student at Forest High School was shot in the ankle shortly before students were to walk out as part of a national protest against gun violence. The suspect was a 19-year-old               former student.

April 12: Raytown, Missouri

  • A man was shot in the stomach in the parking lot of Raytown South Middle School during a track meet.

April 9: Gloversville, New York

  • A student shot another student with a BB gun in Gloversville Middle School.

March 20: Lexington Park, Maryland

  • An armed student shot two others at Great Mills High School before a school resource officer fired a round at the shooter. The shooter was killed. One of the students, 16-year-old girl Jaelynn Willey, was taken off life support two days later.

March 13: Seaside, California

  • A teacher accidentally discharged a gun during a public safety class at Seaside High School, injuring a student.

March 8: Mobile, Alabama

  • One person was hospitalized after a shooting at an apartment building on the campus of the University of South Alabama.

March 7: Birmingham, Alabama

  • One student was killed and another critically wounded after an accidental shooting during dismissal time at Huffman High School. Police wouldn’t elaborate further.

March 7: Jackson, Mississippi

  • A student was shot inside a dormitory at Jackson State University. His injuries were not life-threatening.

March 2: Mount Pleasant, Michigan

  • Two people were shot to death at a dormitory on the campus of Central Michigan University. The victims were not students and police think the incident stemmed from a domestic situation.

February 27: Norfolk, Virginia

  • A student at Norfolk State University was shot from an adjacent dorm room while he was doing homework. He was not seriously injured.

February 27: Itta Bena, Mississippi

  •  A person was shot in a rec center at Mississippi Valley State University. Police said the person was not a student and the injury was not life-threatening.

February 24: Savannah, Georgia

  • A person was shot on the campus of Savannah State University and taken to a nearby hospital where he later died. Neither the victim nor the shooter were university students, the college said.

February 14: Parkland, Florida

  • A 19-year-old man gunned down students and staff with a rifle at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, slaughtering at least 17 unsuspecting students and adults. The shooter, Nikolas Cruz, had been expelled from the high school over disciplinary problems, officials said.

February 9: Nashville

  • A high school student was shot five times in the parking lot of Pearl-Cohn High School.

February 5: Oxon Hill, Maryland

  • A high school student was shot in the parking lot of Oxon Hill High. The victim was treated and later released. Police arrested two teens and said they are acquaintances of the victim.

February 1: Los Angeles

  • A 15-year-old boy was shot in the head and a 15-year-old girl shot in the wrist at Sal Castro Middle School in Los Angeles, officials said. Two other students were grazed by bullets. A 12-year-old girl was booked for negligent discharge of a firearm in that shooting, which was considered “unintentional,” Los Angeles police said.

January 31: Philadelphia

  • A fight led to a shooting in the parking lot of Lincoln High School, fatally wounding a 32-year-old man.

January 23: Benton, Kentucky

  • A 15-year-old student shot 16 people — killing two other 15-year-olds — at Marshall County High School, authorities said. The student faces two charges of murder and 12 counts of first-                     degree assault.

January 22: Italy, Texas

  • A 15-year-old student was wounded in a shooting at a high school in Italy, Texas, authorities said. The suspect, also 15, was quickly apprehended.

Mass Shootings

Aurora Colorado

  • July 20, 2012, movie theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado. Twelve people were killed and 70 injured. On July 16, 2015, James Holmes was found guilty on all 165 counts against him: 24 first-degree murder, 140 attempted murder and one count of possession or control of an explosive or incendiary device. He was sentenced to life in prison without parole.

Virginia Tech

  • Seung-Hui Cho, a 23-year-old English major from Centerville, Va., entered the campus of Virginia Tech and opened fire. Thirty-two people were killed, and 17 others were injured. Cho also killed himself.

Sandy Hook Elementary School

  • Adam Lanza went into Sandy Hook Elementary and killed 26 people — mostly children — before killing himself. He also killed his mother, Nancy Lanza.

Sutherland Springs Church

  • A gunman opened fire at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas on Sunday, November 5th, killing at least 26 people in the deadliest mass shooting in the state’s history. Around 11:20 a.m. local time, the gunman, identified as Devin Patrick Kelley, exited his vehicle and opened fire with a rifle outside the church. He proceeded to enter the church and continue to fire. When Kelley exited the church he was met with gunfire from a church neighbor who heard the shots. Kelley got into his vehicle and fled the scene. He was found dead in his vehicle a couple of miles away from the scene of the shooting.

Route 91 Harvest Music Festival

  • When thousands of music fans joined together in Las Vegas for the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival on October 1, 2017, they never could have anticipated the deadly massacre that would occur. Stephen Paddock, the lone shooter, carried out the deadly attack from his Mandalay Bay suite, killing 58 people, leaving almost 500 wounded. We are helping victims and their families pursue justice by holding Mandalay Bay, Live Nation, and MGM accountable for being negligent to clear warning signs, failing to follow proper protocol, and for a lack of security that allowed Paddock to carry out the mass shooting.

Pulse Nightclub Shooting

  • In June 2016, an ISIS-inspired shooting occurred at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida when 29-year-old Omar Mateen killed 49 people, injuring 58 in a devastating hate crime. Mateen was killed by the Orlando Police Department officers after a 3-hour standoff. We’re helping survivors and family members of the deceased pursue justice and obtain compensation, going after Google, Twitter, and Facebook. Allegedly, these defendants knowingly allowed ISIS to use these online and social platforms to recruit while raising funds and spreading propaganda used to help carry out the attack, allowing ISIS to acquire 30,000 recruits and funds. If you or a loved one were injured or killed in the Pulse Nightclub shooting, call us today. You pay nothing unless we recover compensation for you.

Little Rock Shooting

  • We are helping injured victims of the senseless shooting that took place at Power Ultra Lounge in Little Rock July 1, 2017, that left 28 people injured and in critical condition. While no arrests were made in connection with the shooting, the rapper performing at the club, Ricky Hampton, was arrested for unrelated outstanding aggravated assault with a gun charge.

What Can Jones Brown Law Do For You?

You may be left with hospital expenses, physical therapy, funeral expenses, therapy bills, medical bills, in addition to being devastated and suffering from the senseless loss of a family member.

Fortunately, there is something that can be done, and that is to hold the parties responsible that could have possibly prevented the tragedy from taking place.

A civil mass shooting lawsuit may answer lingering questions about individuals and corporations who may have been able to prevent this horrible mass shooting.

Contact Jones Brown PLLC

At the law offices of Jones Brown, we pride ourselves on principles of honesty, hard work, fair dealing and compassion in our representation. Our goal is to let clients focus on healing while we take care of the legal process of recovering from your accident. Our attorneys and staff are committed to adhering to a strict code of professional ethics. We dedicate ourselves to our clients’ best interests and making the legal process as painless and simple as possible for the injured and their family. CLICK HERE to contact Jones Brown Now!

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