Las Vegas Premise Liability Lawyer
Those who own or manage property in Nevada are legally required to take reasonable measures to ensure their premises are safe for visitors. These measures can range from routine maintenance to routine inspections in search of safety hazards to making appropriate premises repairs to ensuring properties meet current safety codes and standards. Where property owners fail in their responsibility leading to a visitor sustaining injuries in a slip and fall due to hazardous conditions, they may be held liable for damages.
At Gary Huntsman Law, we represent slip and fall victims throughout Clark County who have suffered injuries due to negligence by property owners, such as business owners, landlords, and homeowners. These injuries can range from sprains and concussions to multiple broken bones, brain injuries, and more. After a slip and fall, you may be entitled to claim damages and losses suffered due to the owner’s failure to keep the property free of the hazardous condition that caused your accident.
Why You Need a Las Vegas Slip and Fall Attorney
Slip and fall accidents are often complex and difficult to prove. Property owners and/or their insurers will fight back and may engage in tactics aimed at shifting fault to you or asserting that their premises were not the cause of your injuries. That is why it is vital that you put an experienced personal injury attorney on your side promptly so that the accident can be thoroughly investigated as soon as possible before evidence is lost or maneuvered to protect the property owner and/or the insurer.
As in other claims, you may be able to secure compensation for your medical costs, lost wages/income, pain and suffering, emotional duress, and other damages appropriate to your case. Our attorney will thoroughly prepare your claim, use his strong negotiation skills in seeking a fair settlement, and represent you throughout your case with personalized attention and care.
Slip and fall accidents can occur at all types of locations, including but not limited to:
These accidents can have many causes, such as slippery floors, broken or inadequate lighting, torn carpets, potholes, broken or uneven sidewalks, poorly stacked merchandise, code violations, safety violations, and negligent security.