By Your Side, Securing Your Future.

  • img
  • img
  • img
  • img
  • img
  • img
  • img
  • img

Bar and Nightclub Injury Lawyer in Nevada

The entertainment in Las Vegas does not stop just because the sun goes down. A night out with the girls at a club or a guys’ night out atone of Las Vegas’ famous watering holes can be the perfect way to top off a day on the Strip. But when you combine people with alcohol, low lighting, and an energetic atmosphere, injuries can happen. In fact, there have been several high-profile bar or nightclub accidents in the United States, including:

 

 

Whatever the circumstances, one thing is for certain: the bar or nightclub is likely to argue that alcohol caused or contributed to your accident as a means of escaping liability. An experienced Nevada bar and nightclub lawyer knows how to hold these establishments responsible for accidents and injuries that occur on their property. Call Ladah Law Firm right away if you’ve been in a circumstance like this: 702-252-0055.

 

What Defenses Can a Bar or Nightclub Raise to Escape Liability?

 

In a premises liability case, the injured plaintiff recovers compensation if he or she shows by a “preponderance of the evidence” – that is, by showing it is more likely than not – that the property owner owed a duty of care to the injured plaintiff by providing a reasonably safe environment but failed to do so. However, there are a number of defenses that a bar or nightclub can raise to limit or eliminate its liability:

 

  • A third party committed the wrongful act: A bar or nightclub can claim that it was a third party – a rowdy patron, perhaps – that caused your injury. The bar or nightclub will claim that itcannot be held responsible for what a drunk patron does.
  • The bar or nightclub took reasonable precautions: A bar or nightclub does not need to provide a completely safe and secure environment; it simply needs to take reasonable actions to address those hazards it is aware of or should be aware of. The bar or nightclub will argue it took reasonable steps to prevent the accident.
  • The bar or nightclub did not owe you any legal duty: Certain classifications of people – trespassers, for instance – are generally not owed a duty of care. If you snuck into the bar or nightclub, or were asked to leave but did not, the bar or nightclub may argue it had no legal obligation to take reasonable steps to guard your safety.

Why Contact the Ladah Law Firm, PLLC?

 

You can bet that bars and nightclubs will have dedicated attorneys fighting hard to limit their clients’ liability; you should have the same. The Ladah Law Firm, PLLC is experienced in holding property owners responsible for injuries that are caused by their failure to create a safe environment.Contact us and let us put our knowledge and experience to work for you: 702-252-0055.

Find Out More - Call: 702.252.0055

img

What Our Clients Are Saying:

…Ramzy took over and he and his staff did just a wonderful job. They got me more money than I thought that I would get… I was just very pleased and would recommend them to anyone else.

Read More