Accidents at Clubs, Restaurants & Concerts Lawyer in Monmouth County
Middletown, NJ Personal Injury Lawyers Represent Those Injured at Restaurants, Clubs, Bars, and Concert Venues
The last thing you expect when you go out for an evening of dining or entertainment is to come home with a serious injury.
If you were injured at restaurant or entertainment venue, from a neighborhood bar to a concert arena, you may be able to receive financial compensation for your damages. The premises liability attorneys of Drazin and Warshaw, P.C., can help you determine whether you have a viable case. If you do, we will aggressively pursue financial compensation for the full amount of the losses you have suffered. Call our firm today to talk to on of our experienced personal injury attorneys in a free consultation!
Property Owners Have a Responsibility for Your Safety
Bars, restaurants, clubs and concert venues must take precautions to keep their property safe for customers. Keeping a property safe not only involves meeting building, health and fire codes. It means:
- Regularly inspecting the property for hazardous conditions and promptly fixing any problems.
- Checking to see if their employees have criminal backgrounds that could put customers at risk.
- Anticipating potential problems and taking action to prevent them.
- Maintaining proper staffing and providing safety training for employees.
The Painful Consequences of Negligence
When bars, restaurants clubs, and other entertainment venues fail in their duty to protect the public, people get seriously hurt. Negligence can lead to:
- Assaults: From bar fights to sexual assaults to parking lot muggings. Sometimes patrons are assaulted by overly aggressive bouncers.
- Shootings: To avert a potential disaster, property owners must take precautions to keep guns and other deadly weapons out of their establishments.
- Overcrowding: People can become crushed or trampled at overcrowded venues. If railings, decks or balconies give way, customers can fall and be seriously injured.
- Fires: [Burn Injuries] An unattended candle, an overloaded outlet or a band’s pyrotechnics can all end in tragedy.
- Slips and falls: Poorly maintained steps, turned-up rugs, wet or slippery floors, uneven surfaces, potholes in parking lots, and failure to remove snow and ice can lead to painful falls. Patrons can end up with sprains and strains, broken bones or head injuries.
- Negligent security: Too few security guards or improperly screened and trained security personnel can result in chaos inside and outside the establishment and seriously injured patrons.
- Inadequate lighting: Poor interior and exterior lighting can lead to trips, falls and even assaults.
- Dram shop liability: If staff members over-serve a customer and the customer goes on to injure someone else — whether in an auto accident or a street fight — the bar, club or restaurant can be held legally responsible.
In addition to representing those injured at clubs, restaurants and concert venues, our attorneys pursue premises liability claims for those injured through no fault of their own at theaters, sports arenas, race tracks and other entertainment venues.
Our law firm is well known for protecting the rights of those injured on dangerous premises. We have a history of achieving impressive verdicts and settlements for our clients in premises liability claims. Our lawyers have the experience and legal skill to help you recover financial compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages or income, pain and suffering and other damages.
Schedule a No-Risk Consultation with a Monmouth County, NJ Premises Liability Attorney
To arrange a free consultation and case evaluation, please contact us online or call one of our three office locations. There is no risk, no cost and no obligation to discuss your case with an experienced personal injury attorney. Should you decide to retain Drazin and Warshaw, you will pay nothing upfront and nothing out of pocket. Our fees come as a percentage of whatever money damages we recover in your premises liability claim.