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Update: Landon Lee Monceaux Identified as Victim in Aurora, CO Hotel Shooting.

Update: Landon Lee Monceaux Identified as Victim in Aurora, CO Hotel Shooting. (Stock Photo: MurrayLegal.com)

Did negligent security contribute to this hotel shooting death and are justice and compensation available to the victim’s family? Read Our Legal Take below to find out what legal options are available.

LOCAL NEWS

Update: According to DenverPost.com, “Landon Lee Monceaux” has been identified as the victim go this senseless crime.

A man was shot and killed at a Aurora, CO extended-stay hotel Monday night, May 10, 2020.

As reported by DenverPost.com, the shooting happened “around 10 p.m. at the InTown Suites, 2221 South Havana Street.”

9News.com is reporting, “[w]hen officers arrived at the scene, they found a man who had apparently been shot. He was taken to the hospital in critical condition, but died Tuesday morning.”

The investigation is ongoing.

OUR LEGAL TAKE

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Hotel guests and visitors have a right to feel safe and secure while on the premises. The level of security provided at the hotel is of significance, and is a relevant consideration when analyzing whether this shooting may have been prevented.  The following questions are also important in assessing whether this incident may have been avoided:

  • Have there been prior incidents of violence on or near the property?
  • Was the hotel aware of any improper activity before the incident occurred?
  • What security measures, such as guarded-entry, monitored surveillance cameras, bright lighting, and visible security patrols were in place to deter crime and protect the victim and others at the time of the shooting?

Property owners are generally required to protect against foreseeable harm to anyone and everyone legally on the premises.  Should the investigation into this incident reveal facts that establish that the hotel owner or management lacked adequate security to protect its guests and visitors, the family of Landon Lee Monceaux may seek justice and elect to pursue legal claims and substantial compensation for their loss.

The Murray Law Firm has extensive and successful experience in handling security negligence claims on behalf of victims and their families, and suggests that an immediate, unbiased inspection of the property will need to be performed so as to limit evidence from being altered, damaged or destroyed.  The complexities of pursuing a negligent security case are well understood by the legal team at The Murray Law Firm, and it is imperative that the family of Landon Lee Monceaux retain a capable law firm who will work without delay to protect their interests.

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