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Las Vegas Slip and Fall Attorney

Slip and fall accidents are the most common reason for premises liability claims in Nevada. Slip and falls can cause broken bones, fractured wrists, head and brain trauma, and other injuries – all because of a property owner’s negligent maintenance and lack of due care. The most common causes of slip and fall accidents are wet or greasy floors, debris in walkways, icy or wet parking lots. After a slip and fall on someone else’s property, contact our Las Vegas slip and fall attorneys for a free case evaluation. The state’s premises liability laws could make you eligible for financial recovery.

Nevada Slip and Fall Accident Laws

The three most important state laws that may affect your slip and fall accident case are premises liability laws, statutes of limitations for filing a claim, and comparative negligence rules. Premises liability laws state that all property owners are responsible for maintaining their properties according to what is “reasonable” based on the circumstances. In other words, property owners must do what a “prudent” owner would to keep visitors safe.

The general responsibilities landowners have to guests are to repair obvious property defects, to search for non-obvious ones, and to warn of hazards that exist on the premises. These duties will vary depending on the status of the visitor (invitee vs. licensee). Owners owe no duties of care to trespassers unless they are children. The statute of limitations for filing a premises liability claim in Nevada is two years from the date of the accident. If you don’t file within this time limit, you miss your right to compensation. A Las Vegas slip and fall lawyer will make sure that you don’t miss any important deadlines so that you are able to recover damages for your accident.

Nevada’s modified comparative negligence rule might also come into play if the defendant uses the common defense strategy of claiming that the plaintiff could have prevented the accident by paying more attention to his or her surroundings. Comparative negligence means that the plaintiff contributed to his or her injuries. In Nevada, you can still recover compensation even if you did contribute. However, the right Las Vegas injury attorney can make a big difference in the amount you recover.

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Trusted Slip and Fall Lawyers in Las Vegas

Panish Shea & Boyle LLP has helped clients in Nevada recover damages for their injuries for decades. Our Las Vegas slip and fall attorneys have experience with simple and complex lawsuits. National legal organizations and worldwide publications have recognized our law firm for excellence in personal injury litigation. Upon accepting a new client, our attorneys fully commit to him/her and the case. We take whatever actions are necessary to garner top results for your case. We aren’t afraid to put in the time and energy to achieve the best outcomes.

Panish Shea & Boyle LLP is the right firm for you after suffering a slip and fall in Las Vegas. Whether you fell in a local casino, on a sidewalk on the Strip, at a bar, in a grocery store, or anywhere else, it is worthwhile to contact our attorneys. Discussing your case with one of our lawyers could help you understand your rights as a property visitor. We’ll use our unique firm history to list the possible legal actions you can take to recover compensation. You don’t have to go through the legal process alone.

If you have to go up against a major company, corporation, or government agency in your slip and fall claim, contact us for representation. Major casinos and other businesses have plenty of money to spend on legal representation. Level the playing field by hiring the firm ranked “Tier 1” (the highest ranking possible) by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers. Retain Panish Shea & Boyle LLP to give your slip and fall claim its best chance at success. Call (702) 560-5520 or contact us online for your case review today.

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