Premises Liability Attorneys in Las Vegas, NV
Premises liability cases sound simple: you fall or injure yourself on someone’s property, you take them to court, and you get some kind of compensation. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. That’s why you need the best injury lawyers of Las Vegas, Gazda & Tadayon, on your side when you file a premises liability claim in Nevada. We’re the most experienced liability claims lawyers and have successfully brought cases to trial or settlement for over 20 years.
Most people don’t know that even if the property owner is not found to be negligent in a trial, most property insurance policies provide compensation for injuries on someone’s property, regardless of who is at fault; all that needs to be proven is that you were injured on their property. However, you need experienced lawyers to make sure you don’t’ get taken advantage of. That’s where we come in. With our background in legal counsel for the insurance company we know the correct steps to take in order to get you the compensation you deserve.
We Can Help You:
- File the necessary paperwork
- Deal with insurance companies to obtain the compensation you need
- Obtain the maximum payout you’re entitled to from the property owner or their insurance company
Don’t go through the process of a premises liability suit on your own! Contact Gazda & Tadayon today at 702-220-7128 for a free consultation to get started with your premises liability claim in Las Vegas!
We’re conveniently located in Las Vegas at 2600 S Rainbow Boulevard, Suite 200. Visit us online at www.gazadatadayon.com for more information about our law firm, including client testimonials. Schedule a Free Consultation Now!
Premises Liability FAQs
A hotel for the most part can’t be held obligated for violations carried out on or approach the lodging except if it ought to have foreseen the wrongdoing (for instance, the hotel is in a very high crime area) and could have forestalled it, either by giving adequate admonitions or taking better safety efforts.
In many states, statutes giving local governmental entities immunity prohibit recovery in many kinds of cases against cities or towns. If there is not such a statute or ordinance in place, however, someone may have a case against the city.
Under the lawful theory of premises liability, clients have sued banks for neglecting to shield them from ambush at ATMs. While in the past banks had no obligation to give protection from such wrongdoings, such an obligation has been perceived in various cases lately.
Building owners and/or management are required to exercise reasonable care to prevent injuries in case of fire, and should help people on their properties escape, and these safeguards would probably include having sprinklers and posted escape routes.
In some circumstances, the injured person will be able to recover damages from the construction company, which has a duty to take reasonable steps to keep public sidewalks near its construction site free from bricks and other debris. If the company fails to remove such obstructions and someone trips and falls, the company may be liable.