Families visiting Las Vegas may choose to visit Adventuredome, a 5-acre indoor amusement park complete with roller coasters, miniature golf, and other family-friendly attractions. When visiting such parks, parents do not give much consideration to the possibility that their children or they themselves might be injured. However, there have been several high-profile injuries and fatalities that have taken place at theme parks.
At Ladah Law Firm, PLLC, our Nevada theme park accident injury lawyers fight tirelessly to protect the interests of victims and their families. Negligent companies and their insurance providers must be held accountable for dangerous conditions. When you or a loved one is injured at an amusement park, the injuries can be severe. A bone may be fractured, for example, froma slip or trip and fall. Or a child may suffer a head injury on a ride. Whatever the circumstances, you need an experienced Nevada theme park accident lawyer on your side to ensure you are properly compensated for your injuries. Call us at 702-252-0055 to set up a free, completely confidential review of your case.
If you and your family are planning on visiting a theme park in Nevada, you may have questions about safety. Unfortunately, it is sometimes difficult to get clear answers from big companies or government regulators. Indeed, amusement park injury statistics are hard to find. However,a recent news story summarized the following statistics from various sources:
In recent years, statistics concerning amusement parks have become difficult to come by. Some amusement parks do not report the injuries that occur on their property.One of the most alarming things about theme park accidents is that so many of these cases involve young children. Big companies need to do more to improve park safety. Individuals, parents, and families should know that there is a clear path to justice if you or your loved one was injured. Our law firm is more than ready to advocate for your rights.
Amusement parks and theme parks are examples of a type of commercial property. All commercial property owners and occupiers have a legal obligation to look out for the safety and well-being of customers and other guests. When commercial property owners fail to abide by this legal duty, they can be held responsible through a premises liability lawsuit. Theme park accident injury claims fall under premises liability law.
Some of the biggest cases we have handled at Ladah Law Firm have been premises liability claims. We know exactly what needs to be done to hold commercial property owners—both business and landlords—accountable for paying claims. All theme park injuries should be investigated by an experienced Nevada attorney. If the accident happened because the amusement park company or any of its employees acted in an unsafe manner, they should pay for the damages.
In Nevada, all premises liability claims are subject to a comparative fault standard. In effect, this means that each party to an accident will be held liable for their proportional share of the damages. This is extremely important in theme park and amusement park accident claims because big companies often try to blame victims (especially children) for causing their own accident. In Nevada, a victim’s partial negligence is not a bar to recovery.
You should know that you can recover financial compensation for your injuries even if you were partially at fault for causing your own accident. If the theme park company or its insurer is trying to pin the blame for the accident on you, call an experienced Las Vegas attorney immediately. Still, if a corporation gets away with blaming you or your child for part of your own accident, it will reduce your compensation. Do not let them: A lawyer can help.
Theme parks are operated by large companies. When accidents occur, they are typically represented and defended by large insurance companies. Unfortunately, even when liability is established they rarely make the claims process easy on victims and their family members. Corporations and insurers will try to settle personal injury cases for the lowest amount of financial support that they can get away with. At Ladah Law Firm, PLLC, our Las Vegas premises liability lawyer fights tirelessly to help injured victims get every dime of financial compensation possible. Do not agree to settle your case for less. Depending on the specific circumstances of your case, you will be entitled to recover money damages for:
When you or a loved one has been injured at a theme park, you may believe that the theme park will treat you fairly and compensate you for your injuries. But theme parks, like most businesses, are for-profit entities that seek to maximize profits. They cannot do this by paying full compensation; as a result, they will try to settle your claim for as little money as possible.
When you retain the Nevada theme park accident firm of Ladah Law Firm, PLLC, we can help you obtain compensation for all your injuries and losses by:
The amusement park company and owners have dedicated attorneys on their side committed to protecting their interests; shouldn’t you have the same? You do not want to go up against big corporations and aggressive insurance companies all alone. At Ladah Law Firm, our Nevada theme park accident lawyers handle personal injury claims on contingency. No need to worry about upfront costs or fees. We only get paid when you get paid.
At Ladah Law Firm, PLLC, our Nevada amusement park accident lawyers have the experience and skill to protect your rights. We are committed to helping injured victims recover the compensation they are due following an accident. These cases are complicated and we know how to navigate the claims process. Let us put knowledge and years of experience to work on your claim. Contact us for a free consultation at 702-252-0055. We handle theme park injury claims in Las Vegas and throughout the entire state of Nevada.
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