Should “No Guns” Stores Be Liable for Harm?

One of the most common questions we get here at Law of Self Defense is whether stores that prohibit lawfully possessed firearms on their premises also assume liability for harm that results because their patrons are disarmed. In other words, if the patrons leave their guns at home, as the store requires, and a criminal starts shooting the unarmed customers, is the store responsible for the harm resulting from their no-gun policy? So, you step …

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