Staying at a hotel in Las Vegas can seem like the vacation of a lifetime…until you unexpectedly suffer an injury on the property. Although hotels and casinos have a legal obligation to ensure the reasonable safety of guests, many breach this duty to save time or money. Breaches of duty and acts of negligence can lead to hazards such as slippery floors, open swimming pools, dangerous staircases and criminals injuring you on your stay. If you have an injury from any type of accident in a hotel, contact our Las Vegas personal injury lawyers at Claggett & Sykes Law Firm for a free consultation about a potential premises liability lawsuit. The hotel may owe you compensation.
Common Hotel Accidents and Injuries in Las Vegas
Most hotel injuries trace back to issues within the property. The hotel or its grounds could contain defects that interfere with guests’ abilities to have a safe and enjoyable stay. It is up to hotel management to pay for regular property inspections, remain up to code, maintain the property, hire quality crews and make repairs as necessary. If the hotel fails to fulfill these duties, accidents and injuries can occur.
- Swimming pool accidents and unintentional drowning
- Slip, trip and fall accidents in Casinos
- Staircase, escalator and elevator accidents
- Criminal attacks, assaults and robberies
- Parking lot accidents
- Food poisoning
- Hotel shuttle accidents
As an injured hotel guest, you may have one of many serious types of injuries that impact your daily life. You may have suffered muscle injuries, bone fractures, cuts or scrapes, bruising, strains, sprains, head injuries, brain injuries, or back injuries. If you or a loved one have injuries from a hotel stay in Las Vegas, you may be able to hold the establishment accountable for your accident and related damages.
Were You Injured in One of These Hotels?
Las Vegas is home to virtually thousands of hotels and motels. The top places to book, however, are on The Strip – Las Vegas’ central area for casinos, entertainment, restaurants and nightlife. Within The Strip are many five-star hotels and popular destinations for locals and tourists alike.
- Caesars Palace
- Mandalay Bay
- Paris Las Vegas
- Planet Hollywood
- The Bellagio
- The Cosmopolitan
- The Signature at MGM Grand
- The Trump International Hotel
- The Venetian
Whether your accident occurred at one of these popular places or a different hotel in Las Vegas, the corporation may owe you money for your losses. The hotel may lawfully have to pay for your injury-related medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering for causing or contributing to your accident. Working with an attorney can help you build a claim against a powerful hotel.
What to Do After a Hotel Injury in Las Vegas
To protect your right to potential compensation after a hotel accident, start gathering evidence from the beginning. While still at the scene where your hotel accident occurred, take pictures and videos of your injuries and related details, such as the property defect that caused a trip and fall. Ask for the contact information of any eyewitnesses. Request video footage from the hotel, if available. Keep copies of your medical records and recommended treatment plans. Then, contact an attorney from Claggett & Sykes Law Firm to take the next step forward with your claim.
Contact Claggett & Sykes Law Firm
Negotiating a case against a large and powerful hotel in Las Vegas takes help from an attorney. Our lawyers can stand by your side as you name a hotel as the defendant in your personal injury or premises liability claim. Then, we can help you file your lawsuit within Nevada’s deadline and according to all applicable best practices. Our lawyers can take over insurance settlement negotiations and/or bring your claim to court in Clark County, if necessary, for full compensation. Trust us with your case for the results your family needs. Contact us today to discuss your hotel injury claim for free with one of our attorneys in Las Vegas.
We are not simply a personal injury firm. We are trial lawyers who take on catastrophic injury, brain injury, and wrongful death cases. These cases are different than most personal injury cases and the needs of these cases cannot be met by law firms that take on just any case.
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