Los Angeles Sued Over Venice Boardwalk Carnage

, The National Law Journal


The city of Los Angeles has been sued for failing to provide adequate barriers along the Venice Beach Boardwalk, where the driver of a Dodge Avenger plowed down more than a dozen people about a year ago.

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  • jdberger

    Wouldn‘t it be more appropriate to blame the car for these injuries? I mean, this was clearly a "no car zone".

    What would happen if someone brought a gun into a "No Guns Allowed" zone like a school and used it to injure people? Would the school district be subject to liability for not erecting enough barriers?

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