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Las Vegas Inadequate Maintenance Lawyer

According to a recent Expedia survey, an average tourist spends $1600 in three days in Las Vegas. Your average tip from a celebrity might be that much and more but for some people that amount represents months of saving for their trip to Las Vegas. At no time in their plans and dreams did they expect to be severely injured due to the negligence of their hotel. When a hotel/casino fails to provide proper maintenance and upkeep to their facility and grounds, they can be held liable for the injuries or losses they create. If you were injured due to improperly maintained property and facilities, you should call Ladah Law Firm. We know how to help you in these circumstances. Call us today: 702-252-0055.

If you are injured in your hotel, you should not only document how your accident occurred but take note of all the deficiencies in the upkeep of their property. If your accident wasn’t due to an anomaly, it may be easier to prove negligence and liability.

Signs Of Deficient And Dangerous Maintenance:

  • Broken locks
  • Broken windows or glass
  • Cracked sidewalks or tiles
  • Uneven, broken, or missing steps
  • Poor lighting
  • Loose handrails or overgrown vegetation
  • Cluttered walkways or aisles
  • Unrepaired fixtures
  • Fallen merchandise

How Can We Help You In Your Inadequate Maintenance Case

Inadequate maintenance on public property is dangerous. If you have been injured, a legal case will not only help you to receive the compensation you need and deserve, it will alert the city and other authorities of a dangerous hazard in the community. The hotel’s insurance company will also demand the hotel make changes.

Speaking of the insurance company, they won’t be willing to write out a check for your injuries and losses. It may take legal action to convince them that you weren’t at fault and their client, the hotel, is liable for your damages. The experienced Las Vegas premises liability lawyers at Ladah Law Firm will seek compensation for your medical bills, lost income, lost wages, pain, suffering, and any other loss directly attributable to your injury. Give us a call today for a free initial consultation.

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Ladah Law Firm, PLLC

517 S. 3rd Street
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 252-0055



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