Florida Nightclub Accident Lawyer
At Wolfson & Leon, we understand that accidents can turn your life upside down. Since 1963, our Florida personal injury lawyers have fought for people badly hurt at Florida nightclubs or bars. If you suffered a severe injury at a Florida nightclub, we encourage you to call us today for a free, no-obligation legal consultation about your case. Find out how the Florida nightclub injury lawyers from Wolfson & Leon may be able to help you by calling 305-285-1115 today.
A night out with friends is a great way to celebrate special life moments or relax from a busy week at work. You might spend an evening at the ritzy LIV Miami or dance the night away at the massive Club Skye in Tampa.
Whichever club you choose, the last thing you expect to happen is to get hurt when you are out on the town. Sadly, accidents are all too common at Florida nightclubs and bars. A severe Florida nightclub injury could affect the quality of your life. Not only could you suffer immense pain, but when the damage to your body is extensive, you could be looking at weeks or months of medical care and rehabilitation.
Beyond the costly medical care, painful injuries, and long recovery times, you may not be able to pay for your basic living expenses because you can’t work. And when the accident wasn’t your fault, that just doesn’t seem fair.Injured at a Florida Nightclub?
Florida is known for its rousing nightlife. You can find many nightclubs with large dance floors, multiple floors, rooftop bars, flashing neon lights, and club music. While a night on the town seems like a lot of fun, getting hurt isn’t. Florida nightclub accidents may result from;
- Wet floors
- Insufficient lighting
- Torn carpet or uneven tiles
- Stairways with broken steps or handrails
- Loose railings
- Lack of security
- Cracked pavement, potholes, or uneven sidewalks
- Physical altercations
You can be seriously hurt at a Florida nightclub. If you slip on a wet floor or fall over furniture you can’t see because it’s too dark, you could suffer from broken bones, soft tissue tears, traumatic brain injuries, or severe damage to your neck or back.
Nightclubs are often packed with people. An overcrowded club can become very dangerous, especially in emergency situations like fires or violent activity. Patrons could be pushed to the ground, stepped on, or crushed against walls or equipment.
The actions of the club’s patrons can also put guests in harm’s way. The high consumption of liquor may lead to alcohol-induced bar fights. Physical altercations could result in serious bodily damage, such as deep cuts and lacerations from broken bottles, head trauma, crushed bones, and other severe injuries. Patrons could also become victims of violent criminal activity if the areas around the club are dark or lack proper security.Why Call a Florida Nightclub Accident Law Firm?
Nightclub owners and their managers are responsible for keeping the property safe for their guests. Club owners and managers should regularly inspect their property and fix any known hazards timely and dangers they should be aware of. Neglecting this responsibility could cause serious injury to others.
People who are seriously hurt may not take the time to find out their legal rights because they feel responsible for the accident. Or accident victims might avoid seeking legal help if they think it's too costly. But if you can prove your injuries resulted from the negligence of the club owner or manager, you could be compensated for the damage you’ve endured.
For 60 years, our Florida personal injury lawyers have defended the rights of people gravely injured in nightclubs, bars, and lounges. We can review the legal merits of your claim for free and let you know what compensation options may be available.
Should you decide to pursue an accident lawsuit against a nightclub, our Florida personal injury lawyers work on contingency, which means you only pay for our legal services when we settle your case. You don’t have to stress about coming out-of-pocket legal services from your much-needed household budget.
Wolfson & Leon has offices in Miami, Fort Myers, Fort Lauderdale, Cape Coral, and Hialeah. Find out how the Florida nightclub accident attorneys can help when you contact Wolfson & Leon at 305-285-1115 today.