Today (9/25) is Nashville’s first observance of the National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims.
The memorial for murder victims is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. today in Centennial Park in the Children’s Garden. There will be music and shared memories of friends and family of murder victims. A flag commemorating children who have died due to abuse will fly and the garden’s entrance will be decorated with purple and maroon ribbons symbolizing the number of people who were murdered in Nashville this year.
If your loved one was a victim of a murder or violent crime, HHP’s thoughts go out to you today. For crime victims or their survivors still dealing with a wrongful death, our and premise liability attorneys may be able to monetarily help ease some of the financial pain from your loss.
Tennessee law holds property owners liable when they allow violent crime to occur on their premise.
Our attorneys focus on obtaining moneys from insurance companies when violent crime victims are assaulted, raped, or killed while in a business’s parking lot, a poorly-managed apartment or hotel, and other places where property owner could have prevented violent crime from occurring. Most times insurance companies settle these inadequate security lawsuits out of court.