Property Liability

Nevada Wet Floor Sign Law

Slip and fall accidents from wet floors can lead to serious injuries. Unfortunately, these types of incidents are all too common on commercial properties. Property owners have a duty to keep their premises reasonably safe for visitors. However, there are instances where slippery floors are unavoidable, for instance if they have been recently waxed. If there are wet floor signs in place when you fall, you may be wondering if the property owner can still be held...
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Gym Accidents in Las Vegas

Today’s fitness clubs, exercise studios, Pilates classes, and yoga centers are an important part of daily life for many American adults.  However, they can also be minefields, filled with dead weights, one-ton workout machines, pulleys, steel wires, wet floors, that can lead to gym accidents. More than 4 million people end up in the emergency room each year for injuries from sports and recreation exercises. In the event of you or a loved one sustaining an injury,...
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How to Avoid Escalator Accidents in Las Vegas

The machines we use to go about our lives each day don’t seem dangerous. We don’t think twice about getting in our cars to drive to and from work, but it’s the most dangerous thing the majority of Americans do on a given day. If you frequent Las Vegas, taking an escalator at the hotel or casino is part of your routine. You may want to think twice about taking the escalator next time because if something...
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Stairs Accidents In Las Vegas

Each year, stairway related accidents amount to thousands of dollars in damages. These injuries can be caused by broken or faulty stairs, hand rails or uneven surfaces. But who is to blame if you injure yourself on a stairway in Las Vegas? A slip and fall accident becomes a personal injury case when the business fails to keep their property safe. Harris & Harris Injury Lawyers are here to fight for what you deserve. What is the...
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Premises Liability and Determining Fault For Injuries

Premises Liability states that a property or premises owner or manager is responsible for any injuries that occur on that property due to a dangerous condition of that property. This means that if a hardware store leaves a puddle of oil on their concrete floor with no sign and a person slips and breaks his hip, the hardware store may be liable for any and all costs associated with that slip & fall injury. If you or...
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