Some of our biggest cases have been premises cases.

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Las Vegas Premises Liability Attorneys With The Right Experience

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Just in case you haven’t looked over to the Strip or downtown Las Vegas in a while, Las Vegas has a lot of property with public access. Each property owner is responsible to maintain a specific level of safety on their property whether inside the building, in the parking lots, sidewalks, or outside venues such as swimming pools or other facilities.

If there are any specific dangers not normally associated with public access private property, the business is required to post visible warnings of that danger, no matter how temporary. Hence, slippery floor warnings need to be posted the very instant they occur.

Hospitality businesses in Las Vegas typically employ full-time individuals to minimize premise liability on hotel and entertainment property. They also have nearly full video coverage of their entire facility. This doesn’t mean accidents don’t happen. Ladah Law Firm can help: 702-252-0055.

What You Should Do If You Have An Accident

Some businesses are so conscious of premise liability, if you do have an accident there could be three people standing over you before you fully realize you fell over a piece of frayed carpet. Even though your head is still throbbing, the hotel may attempt to comp their way out of liability.

If you do have an accident, you should relax and gather your wits about you. Look around. What happened? Make a mental note and then get medical help. Don’t sign anything.

As soon as you can, give Ladah Law Firm, PLLC a call. We can investigate your accident and help determine what happened. And just in case you think it isn’t a big deal, your throbbing head could indicate a brain injury.

Obtaining A Fair And Just Settlement

Even though most businesses in Las Vegas are heavily insured for premises liability, they aren’t going pay out any settlement without a thorough investigation or maybe even a fight. To win the settlement you deserve we focus on all of the details of the event, the law, and even their own policies to determine their liability. We also obtain, when necessary, surveillance footage for review by our forensics expert.

We understand. You didn’t suffer a severe head injury just so you could win back money you may have lost at the tables. We will fight for your rights, however. We make sure you receive the compensation you need and deserve. Some of our biggest cases have been premises cases. A few examples of these are below (click here to see more case results):
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How Do I know if the owner of the premises is liable for my injury?

If you have been injured & you believe someone else is at fault, you need to bring the details of the accident to an experienced premises liability lawyer to determine if you have a valid case. Your lawyer will research and examine all the information available about the situation. Even if you know you made a mistake, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re 100% responsible for your injuries. Even if you were partially responsible for your injury, the property owner may still be liable for a percentage of damages. This is called “comparative fault” http://injury.findlaw.com/car-accidents/comparative-negligence.html which most states’ premises liability laws take into consideration.

Property owners have certain responsibilities to maintain an environment that is reasonable safe from injuries. This typically includes duties such as:
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  • making sure floors are safe, dry and free from debris
  • keeping areas clear of dangerous obstacles
  • avoiding creation of attractive nuisances
  • maintaining elements of the building that allow safe passage & avoidance of injuries
  • maintaining adequate security
  • providing adequate lighting
  • keeping property functional and making dangerous areas visible & marked
  • Preventing people from being struck by things like flying or falling objects
  • Keeping people safe from animal attacks & dog bites

Maintaining a Safe Environment

If hazards are present, property owners are also responsible for giving visitors reasonable warning to prevent injuries. These are just a few considerations property owners can take to ensure safety to visitors & avoid premises liability claims. When you are invited onto private property, whether that be a store, restaurant, casino, etc., you should be able to expect a reasonably safe environment. Do not blame yourself for injuries that could have been avoided had the property owner properly maintained a safe property. The best way to gain a better understanding of your situation & who is at fault is by simply taking the details of your accident to qualified local premises liability lawyers. There’s no risk in doing so as the attorney’s at Ladah Law Firm will evaluate your case for free. If we determine you do indeed have a case to pursue, again, you will not have to pay anything unless we win in court.

Ladah Law Firm Will Represent You

Ladah Law Firm represents the injured which includes those injured in slip and falls accidents or any other type of premises situation where the owner showed negligence or failure to take reasonable care to keep visitors safe. If you’ve been hurt on someone else’s property due to dangerous conditions, you should seek the compensation you deserve for being exposed to these unsafe conditions. Once you come to our firm & establish an attorney client relationship, we can help you determine if you’re entitled to compensation by examining the details of your case & comparing it to Nevada’s premises liability law.

What Types Of Premises Liability Accidents Are Common In Nevada

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Many people associate slip & falls with premises liability and rightfully so as it is a premises liability situation. However, the two terms are not interchangeable. There are a number of common premises liability accidents that are common in Las Vegas, Nevada. Some examples of Premises Liability accidents are:

  • slip & fall accidents in stores, restaurants, casinos, venues, offices & apartments, etc.
  • pedestrian accidents in parking lots from pot holes, unsafe placement of cargo or other obstacles
  • bicycle accidents on sidewalks or parking lots from similar unsafe conditions as those stated for pedestrians
  • falling in uncovered man holes
  • getting hit by objects or machinery or tripping over/running into equipment & tools on construction sites
  • sliding or tripping over objects around hotel & casino
  • swimming pool accidents from poorly placed objects & slippery surfaces
  • falling down stairs due to objects being in the way or inadequate lighting
  • objects flying off the stage during live entertainment
  • being hurt or robbed by people due to negligent or inadequate security
  • uneven or unsafe flooring, curbs, stairs & sidewalks that result in trips & falls
  • areas of buildings or property not being properly maintained which leads to injuries from things breaking like: stairs, balconies, railings, etc.
  • construction accidents where things collapse or fall over
  • Etc.

This list could go on for almost ever. There’s so many situations where property owners just look the other way & fail to provide a safe environment, free of obstacles & conditions that lead to legal issues. These are the exact type of situations that give the injured parties the motivation to seek out Las Vegas law offices, discuss this bad faith actions with an attorney. Often, they are ultimately able to recover compensation in these events.

If you end up injured in a situation similar to what we’ve described here or you suspect there could be a property liability issue at play, (even if you made a mistake that partially contributed to the accident) take mental note of all the conditions present at the time of the accident to the best or your ability. Then call Ladah Law Firm right away & we’ll examine the details of your premises liability accident to determine the next best step toward making things right for you again.


See some of the types of premises liability cases we can help you with below:

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