Ask a Lawyer: Shootings and Assault on Private Property, Virtual Event
Posted in Uncategorized on February 21, 2022
The aftermath of a shooting is always chaotic. The person who pulled the trigger is just one of the possibly many parties responsible for a shooting, and personal injury lawyers investigate all possibilities.
During this live and recorded Q&A event, Attorney Rod Dixon explains the difference between seeking civil and criminal charges in shooting cases and how to know if you have a claim.
Attorney Rod Dixon is a personal injury lawyer who has worked on cases involving violent attacks on private property or by contract employees. His cases made national headlines and are setting new precedents for civil case law.
We have a list of frequently asked questions that the attorney will answer, and additional questions can be asked during the live stream or submitted through comments or DMs on our @dixonfirm social media.
Free Coffee – The first 25 people who RSVP AND complete the short survey at the end of the event stream will be emailed an e-gift card for $5 to either Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts within 48 hours of the end of the event stream. The survey link will be shared in the comment section of the YouTube stream.
Things We Handle
The Dixon Firm’s attorneys can provide answers to questions about personal injury and civil claims: shootings, physical and sexual assault, auto and truck accidents, slip and falls, structural collapses, negligent security, premises liability, medical malpractice, and wrongful death.
We can offer limited, general answers to questions regarding criminal claims. We cannot provide guidance on worker’s comp, or marriage/divorce law questions.
No Attorney-Client Relationship
Signing up for, attending, or asking questions at this event doesn’t mean you are a client.
If you are interested in submitting a personal injury claim for our review, please do so at dixonfim.com/contact or call 888-349-6611. We will follow up with a response after the event if we can help you further. We cannot answer every question during the event nor can we accept every case.