3 The death of an employee at a northside metro p-c-s store is prompting a family to fight for safety in the workplace. The family of 20-year-old Shelby Farah who was killed last month is considering a lawsuit against her employer for not keeping a safe work environment. Channel 4's Scott Johnson also spoke with our crime analyst about what businesses can do to stay safe. He's live in Brentwood tonight. 3 :00-:05:18-:23:45-:50Shelby farah's family is considering a lawsuit against the owner and landlord of this metro pcs store because they're worried the 20-year-old may have not been safe when a robber came in and killed her.22:55:46 - I'm very angry, very angry. And then you're going to put someone else in there. So evidently they haven't learned a lesson. They haven't learned anything from my daughter's death.It makes me want to work harder for these businesses. there are security cameras inside the metro pcs store and that is something that channel 4 crime analyst ken jefferson says can help... ken says employers can do a lot to keep their employees safe especially crews who work late hours.KEN JEFFERSON/CHANNEL 4 CRIME ANALYST 22:57:52 - have more than one person working. Number two have surveillance cameras. This is a great aid to law enforcement. Also it protects the integrity of employees against employee theft. And then thirdly you have to train your employees on what to do. ken says you can only safeguard so well ... and he does point out that criminals seldom pay attention to signs like money removed daily.He says the best thing to do if you can is comply and survive.KJ 22:58:36 - your chances of survival are far greater if you go with demands of the robber. 'that means handing over money?' handing over register, or whatever they want with exception of you. Scott, you say the family is considering a lawsuit ... what will it take for them to file?