Premises Liability Attorney in Nevada and Utah

When you enter a property like a casino, restaurant or store, you expect the owner to exercise a reasonable duty of care. So in the event of an injury, you might be wondering who is held liable for your pain and injuries. Bighorn Law personal injury attorneys for casino accidents and other events can help you today.


Common Premises Liability Situations in Nevada and Utah

Premises liability situations can occur at numerous places. Essentially, any area or venue with a large group of people is responsible for keeping these individuals safe. Some of the most common areas where we see premises liability injuries occur include:

  • Hotels
  • Bars
  • Casinos
  • Restaurants
  • Swimming pools and water parks
  • Clubs
  • Stores
  • Concert venues
  • Amusement parks
  • Stadiums and arenas
  • Playgrounds and parks

Typical Injuries We See From a Premises Liability Accident

There are numerous ways to be harmed in these various venues. Some of the most common injuries we see at places like hotels, restaurants, stores and stadiums include:

  • Food poisoning: Establishments that sell food are responsible for ensuring the food is safe to consume for attendees.
  • Burns: Issues with the plumbing in a hotel room or public bathroom can cause scalding water.
  • Slips and falls: Hotels, restaurants, casinos and grocery stores with inadequate signage, cleanup or maintenance can cause slip and falls.
  • Assault: Casinos, hotels and stadiums without proper security increase the likelihood of physical assault.
  • Physical injuries: Amusement park rides, playgrounds and elevators can cause other injuries.
  • Drowning: Hotel and public pools with inadequate safety measures can result in drownings or near-drownings.

Legal Requirements of a Property Owner

Property owners who host guests, attendees and workers on their property have a legal liability for providing a safe space. The owners are responsible for knowing the conditions of their property. Any issue they should reasonably know about and respond to, including those listed above, require disclosure by law.

Posting warnings, giving notifications and fixing the hazards are the property owner’s responsibilities. If they do not respond reasonably to the danger, the property owner could be considered negligent.

As a plaintiff, you must prove that you were permitted to be on the property and that the hazard existed when you became injured. Victims also need to verify the owner reasonably should have known about the danger that caused the injury.

Gaining Compensation From Being Injured on Another’s Property

There are several ways you can recover compensation for injuries on another’s property. Some of the items the negligent party might have to pay for include:

  • Medical expenses
  • Physical and emotional pain
  • Present and future wage loss
  • Wrongful death damages

You can also gain compensation for punitive damages in some cases. Hiring an experienced premises liability attorney lets you receive compensation quickly.

Schedule a Free Consultation With a Premises Liability Attorney

Our premises liability lawyers have the expertise to determine the property owner’s liability in your case. We will help you fight for the compensation you deserve after injury on someone else’s property. Please get in touch with Bighorn Law online or call 702-935-6209 today for a free consultation.

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