Jedi - perhaps I should have been more specific, I am referring to the immunity for any actions taking place on the premises. Like a robbery or something of that nature.
So what can a posted or non-posted business do to prevent a robbery? Why should they not be granted an absolute immunity?
Allow customers to carry to defend themselves and others. Perhaps post this kind of sign....http://www.political-humor.org/notice-l ... ises.shtml
This "type" of sign may be a better deterrent.....http://insider.foxnews.com/2014/08/27/s ... -necessary
Businesses that are gun-friendly tend to have a reputation in their communities, especially those that post the signs linked above. That would be a good start.
As for your absolute immunity question.....businesses still have a duty of care to the customer (the invitee). If that's the case you want to make (absolute immunity), then why have a duty of care at all? They shouldn't be liable for anything they do or don't do that leads to you or your family members being hurt, injured, or killed while on their premises. For example, they could leave exposed (bare) electric wires hanging down from the ceiling within an arm's reach and they would be immune for any injury resulting from that condition. Immunity was primarily for governmental functions and that is where it should have stayed. IMO.
Lets face it, this immunity piece was a requirement by Taft for him to support the ccw law and it has put the citizens of Ohio in jeopardy ever since. Not only does the business owner get immunity, they get to decide if they want to strip away our 2A rights as well AND everyone is okay with that. Wonder if the business owner's 1A rights were taken from them, how well they'd like that?