Casino, Nightclub and Day Club Accidents
Casino Accident Liability
When a casino or nightclub fails to keep their property safe for visitors, guests or employees, they can be held liable for injuries that result. There are a number of situations that can lead to injuries in a casino or nightclub, including:
- Falls due to spilled liquid
- Falls from a faulty chair
- Tripping due to unsafe steps or steps that are not easily noticeable
- Being hit by someone in a crowd
- Assault by security guards or other patrons
- Injuries caused by dangerous property conditions
- Accidents in casino hotel rooms and common areas
What to Do After a Casino Accident
Casinos often offer someone who has been injured a comp or other benefit to resolve the situation. These is can include free nights, free meals, free show tickets or other perks. Medical expenses, lost income and pain and suffering often follow injuries and the full extent of an injury is often not clear until well after an accident. If you have been injured, do not sign anything or make any agreement that will limit your case later.
After an accident, report the incident right away to the staff at the casino. The staff will take a detailed report of the incident. Be sure to get medical attention and contact the professionals at Hale Injury Law.
Fighting Casinos For Accident Victims
Casinos and nightclubs aggressively fight accident claims. For example, they might use video of the incident to minimize injury claims. These records are typically not available to the accident victim unless a suit is filed. They are large organizations that use their resources to fight injury claims any way they can.
This can be difficult for anyone to deal with. But it is even worse if you are recovering from injuries, may be unable to work or are dealing with ongoing pain. You need experienced representation in your corner to get the compensation you deserve.
Contact Hale Injury Law
If you or a loved one was injured at a hotel or casino due to negligence, you have rights. You may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and more. Speak with the team at Hale Injury Law to determine if you are eligible for compensation.