Gun violence has become an all too familiar problem in our communities. But when you look at the actual statistics for gun violence in the United States, the facts are truly alarming.
Each year 39,000 Americans die from gun violence. That is an average of 100 per day.
Since 2014, gun homicides have increased by 30%
In the past decade, over 1 million Americans have been shot
Abused women are five times more likely to be killed by their abuser if their abuser has a firearm
Six of the 10 deadliest mass shootings in the U.S. have happened in the last 10 years
Source: Giffords Law Center
If you or a loved one has been affected by gun violence, look no further than the talented team of gun violence attorneys at The G Law Group. No matter where your tragedy has occurred, we will fight hard to provide gunshot victims with the best legal representation possible.
We understand that no amount of financial compensation can replace a human life or undo the emotional damage that’s been done. However, financial compensation sends a message that businesses need to ensure that policies are put in place to prevent what happened to you or your loved one from happening again to someone else. Your voice and your story matter more than you may know.
Take the brutal massacre of 58 people in Las Vegas on October 1st, 2017, as an example. MGM, the owner of the hotel where the shooter opened fire on the crowd of concertgoers did nothing to stop the shooter from bringing weapons into the building. As a result, MGM will pay an $800 million settlement to victims of the shooting.
When venues are negligent to clear warning signs and fail to have proper security measures in place, they should be held accountable. Same thing with the property management company at your apartment building, if they saw clear warning signs and failed to take action, they should be held accountable. You have the right to be safe from gun violence in your own home. We are standing by to hear your case and will stop at nothing to fight for the justice and compensation you deserve.