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What happens in Las Vegas doesn’t always stay in Las Vegas. Hotels and casinos are breeding grounds for potential injuries, and you need an experienced lawyer on your side to help you in the event you get hurt.
If you have experienced injury or any kind of harm while vacationing in, or visiting a Las Vegas hotel or casino, you need an experienced and aggressive attorney to help protect your rights as a victim. The Injury Firm holds negligent hotels and casinos accountable for their failure to maintain a safe premise, and we can help you recover the financial compensation you are entitled to.
Las Vegas hotels and casinos have a public responsibility to ensure their facilities are hazard-free at all times. If they fail to meet this obligation, they put your safety at risk. Injuries sustained inside of a hotel and casino can have a serious impact on your daily life. Personal injury attorney Brian M. Boyer is dedicated to fighting for your rights as a victim.
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- Common Hotel and Casino Injuries
- Hotel Room Accidents
- Casino Floor Injuries
- Food Poisoning
- Elevator/escalator injuries
- Hotel Pool Injuries
Common Hotel and Casino Injuries in Las Vegas, NV
The most common causes of hotel and casino injuries in Las Vegas, NV include:
- Hotel room accidents
- Casino floor accidents
- Food poisoning
- Elevator/escalator accidents
- Hotel pool injuries
- Negligent security
Hotel room accidents
Hotel management maintains the responsibility of ensuring their rooms are free from hazard. Furniture should be properly built and stable. Carpeting and flooring should be intact. Floors should be even. The water should not be too hot. The bed and furniture should be free of bedbugs. If management was aware of a problem and failed to fix it in a timely manner, they could, and should, be held liable for any injuries sustained as a result of their negligence.
Casino floor injury
Las Vegas is infamous for its various gaming, entertainment, nightlife, and restaurant options. At any given venue, there are a variety of ways a person can fall victim to injury. One of the most common injury types? Seating. Hotels and casinos must maintain safe seating and replace any defective seating when they become unsafe. Failure to maintain safe seating can result in chairs collapsing, sending the seated person crashing to the ground. Injuries sustained from this type of accident can result in broken hands, back, neck, hips, and head.
Every restaurant in Nevada is required to undergo routine health inspections, and their employees must retain a health card (and if alcohol is involved, a TAM card) at all times. These cards and inspections mandate that every restaurant is aware of safe food handling procedure, and maintains a safe food preparation facility. Still, errors do happen. Failure to maintain a safe environment can result in cross-contamination and dangerous bacteria that can make people seriously ill. Two of the most common types of food poisoning are salmonella and E. coli. These sicknesses can require hospitalization, and in some cases, wrongful death.