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Worker's Murder Was Not 'Foreseeable,' so Negligence Is Non-Issue, 2nd DCA Decides

By Emily Brill (Reporter)

Friday, January 12, 2018 | 765 | 0 | 0 min read

The owners of a 7-Eleven could not have foreseen their employee getting shot dead outside the store on the day he was scheduled to testify against an accused robber, the 2nd District Court of Appeals decided in an unpublished opinion released Tuesday. Because they could not have expected it, the question of whether they were negligent in failing to hire a security guard to protect the Los Angeles County convenience store was moot, the court held. This means the parents of Roshan Bhandari may not proceed with a negligence lawsuit against the 7-Eleven in Bellflower, where their son worked...

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