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Violent Nu-Metal Nuts Abuse Fans
Highest Court Court of Appeals of Washington
Year Ended 2009
Plaintiffs Concert Attendee(s)
Defendants Music Proprietor(s)
Other Shinedown
Trapt
Short Description Plaintiffs, two concert-goers, were assaulted at a concert featuring Shinedown and Trapt (though the court spelled both their names wrong) and subsequently sued Defendant, the owner of the concert venue where they were assaulted, for negligence. Plaintiffs argued that Defendant owed them a duty to protect them from assault since the assailant had been previously kicked out of the venue for violent conduct and overagressiveness in the venue's "mosh pit", thus putting Defendant on notice of the danger that the assailant posed to Plaintiffs. The court found that no authority existed to support Plaintiffs argument, and affirmed the lower court's dismissal of their claims against the venue owner. Judgment for Defendant. - SKR (ed. LSW)

Legal Issues
Civil Procedure Evidence Admissibility
Torts Intentional Torts Assault & Battery
  Negligence Negligent Supervision, Procedures & Precautions
    Personal & Emotional Injury


Opinions Hambly v. Splitting Kings 2 LLC
2009 WL 1317501
Court of Appeals of Washington , May 12, 2009 ( No. 27239-7-III )


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Related Searches Parties
Concert Attendee(s) ( Plaintiff )
Music Proprietor(s) ( Defendant )
Shinedown ( Other )
Trapt ( Other )

Legal Issues
Civil Procedure / Evidence / Admissibility
Torts / Intentional Torts / Assault & Battery
Torts / Negligence / Negligent Supervision, Procedures & Precautions
Torts / Negligence / Personal & Emotional Injury

Courts
Court of Appeals of Washington (highest court)


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