Security Negligence? Xavier Porter Fatally Injured in Perris, CA Strip Mall Shooting.

Xavier Porter Fatally Injured in Perris, CA Strip Mall Shooting.

Xavier Porter Fatally Injured in Perris, CA Strip Mall Shooting. (Stock Photo: MurrayLegal.com)

Could the shooting at a Perris strip mall have been prevented 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

One man was killed in a shooting at a Perris, CA strip mall Saturday evening, December 18, 2021.

As reported by PE.com, “[d]eputies responded to an assault with a deadly weapon call at 6:24 p.m. Saturday in the 2100 block of North Perris Boulevard and found a man suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.”

MyValleyNews.com is reporting, “[t]he victim, Xavier Porter of Perris, was pronounced dead at the scene and the case was being investigated as a murder.”

The investigation is ongoing.

Our Legal Take

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Strip mall patrons have a right to feel safe and secure while on the premises they are visiting. The level of security provided at the property 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 prior incidents of violence been reported on or near the property, and, if so, were any security measures added after any prior incidents?
  • Did the strip mall have adequate security in place at the time of the shooting?
  • What security measures, such as visible surveillance cameras, and security personnel, were in place to deter crime and protect the victim 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 property owner or management lacked adequate security to protect its visitors, the family of Xavier Porter 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 Xavier Porter retain a capable law firm who will work without delay to protect their interests.

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