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Premises liability suit filed against cruise ship operator

A woman in another state recently claimed that she slipped and fell on a cruise ship. The accident, which allegedly occurred due to the casino's negligence, caused the woman to suffer lasting and severe injuries, and as a result, she has decided to sue the cruise ship company. Individuals in Nevada who suffer on the premises of businesses due to the business owners' carelessness likewise have the right to file premises liability lawsuits, seeking damages.

Premises liability: Woman awarded almost $700,000 in lawsuit

Las Vegas is known as the entertainment capital of the world, and rightfully so. This electric city is famous for its world-class dining, shopping and entertainment. Fortunately, the owners and operators of these establishments are obligated to protect patrons and visitors. Premises liability laws in Nevada say that property and business owners must remove hazards and provide a safe environment for all customers. When dangerous conditions or neglect causes injuries to visitors, legal action can be taken.

Premises liability: Alleged parking lot fall leads to lawsuit

In Nevada, business and property owners must adhere to strict rules and regulations that were put in place for the protection of customers and visitors. To adhere to these premises liability laws, foreign objects must be removed from floors, faulty infrastructure must be repaired or warnings must be provided alerting visitors to the potential dangers. Unfortunately due to a lack of funding or resources, maintenance can sometimes be neglected. When the negligence of property or business owners results in injuries to customers, legal action can be taken.

Alleged fall in Walmart results in premises liability claim

Nevada is home to a multitude of stores and shops that provide residents and visitors with a variety of choices when it comes to shopping. Due to premises liability laws, property and business owners are obligated to provide a safe, hazard-free environment for customers. These laws state that all potential hazards must be removed or repaired. Examples of potential hazards are liquids on floors, foreign objects on floors or areas that have fallen under disrepair. Unfortunately, thousands of people across the country are injured in stores due to hazardous conditions.

Premises liability: Claim filed after alleged fall in a store

Las Vegas is one of the top tourists destinations not only in Nevada but across the globe. Home to a multitude of world-class restaurants, shops and attractions, this beautiful city leaves a lasting impression on nearly every person who visits. Thanks to premises liability laws, tourists do not have to fear for their safety when visiting these wonderful attractions. Despite these laws, thousands of people are injured across the country every year due to hazardous conditions in public establishments.

Premises liability: Couple files claim after husband is hurt

Las Vegas, Nevada is known for its world-class shopping, dining and entertainment. Tourists from all over the world visit this wonderful city to enjoy all it has to offer. However, patrons can be harmed when objects or substances are left on floors or when the premises are not properly maintained. Fortunately, premises liability laws in Nevada and across the country protect customers and visitors of all public establishments. 

Woman files premises liability claim after restroom fall

People often come to the state of Nevada to take advantage of the unique shopping opportunities available here. Las Vegas, in particular, is home to a variety of first-class stores, many of which are not found in other parts of the country. Owners and operators of these businesses often go to great lengths to provide customers with inviting and welcoming atmospheres. Customer safety is a main focus, but sometimes, owners or employees can fail to eliminate potential hazards. Premises liability laws say that owners and operators of stores and other public establishments must provide a safe environment for all those who legally visit. 

Premises liability: All states have laws to protect customers

In Nevada and across the country, thousands of people are injured every year due to dangerous conditions in shops, stores and restaurants. Premises liability laws were established in all states to protect patrons and all legal visitors of these public places. Unfortunately, basic duties such as cleaning up spills can sometimes be neglected, leaving potential hazards that could cause injuries.

Premises liability: Woman injured due to wet floor in restaurant

It is required that all shops and businesses across the state of Nevada comply with strict safety codes and regulations to ensure that citizens and visitors are safe when visiting these establishments. As summer arrives, people across the country will be visiting Nevada cities like Las Vegas to take advantage of the first-class restaurants and wonderful entertainment abundantly available here. Stores, restaurants and business will be booming with tourists. Premises liability laws say that business and property owners have an obligation to provide a safe, hazard-free environment for all legal visitors. However, maintenance can be neglected or hazards can be left on floors, and this can lead to accidents and injuries.

Man files premises liability suit after alleged fall at a mall

Shoppers in the state of Nevada should be able to visit businesses and shops without worrying about hazards that can potentially cause harm. Things like water leaks, inadequate lighting and other hazards can lead to serious injuries. It is the responsibility of the property owner to take care of issues such as these and provide a safe environment reasonably free of hazards for patrons and invitees. What can be done when patrons suffer injury due to unsafe property conditions? A man in another state was allegedly injured due to a hazardous conditions when visiting a mall, and he has filed a premises liability lawsuit.

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