Las Vegas welcomed nearly 40 million tourists in 2013. Feeding 40 million people from out of town would be difficult even for your grandma. According to stats from Tripadvisor.com, there are more than 4000 restaurants in Las Vegas. The workers in casino restaurants are often underpaid and over-stressed, which means they are unable to care for their customers properly. It leads to negligence, which can result in injuries. A restaurant injury can be as serious and life threatening as any other injury. In this case, you need a good Las Vegas casino injury lawyer. Call us at 702-252-0055.
At Ladah Law Firm, we have seen restaurant injuries such as scalding from hot water, traumatic brain injuries from slip and fall and other serious injuries that needed hospitalization. Some of these injuries may not heal for a lifetime so it is only fair that the negligent restaurant or the casino where it happened should pay for it.
Restaurants, like casinos and hotels, are legally obliged to ensure that their premises are safe for their patrons. They are also required to carry adequate liability insurance to cover serious accidents on their property. If a patron is injured while he or she was at a restaurant, the patron has the right to claim compensation. The casino will get their insurance company involved. Insurance company attorneys, hired to not write checks, will do everything to show that you were at fault and their client was not liable. When they are unable to do this, they will make you an offer far below what you need or deserve.
At Ladah Law Firm, we know how to show liability where it belongs. We fight for you to receive compensation for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, emotional distress, lost wages, household services, and other losses. Give us call for a free initial consultation at 702.252.0055.
Note that restaurant employees such as dishwashers, wait staff, and cooks are also susceptible to injury. In case you were working in such a position or you were involved in an on-the-job-accident, you have the right to workers’ compensation.
If you were injured while on the job and a third party who does not qualify as your statutory employer is at fault then you can recover under workers’ compensation and also pursue a personal injury case against the at fault party. Some of the worst injuries are on the job injuries but it is important to find a third party to sue because workers’ compensation will most likely not fully compensate you for your injuries and therefore it is very important to pursue a personal injury case.
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