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Should I Fear the Walking Dead (or Panicked People)?

By Breyer Law Offices on August 13, 2017

Going to live events, such as the Fear the Walking Dead attraction on Fremont Street in Las Vegas, can be a lot of fun, but there is always the potential for injury. People who are scared, even those scared on purpose, can behave in ways that are inconsiderate of the safety of others.

It is up to the proprietors of a funhouse, haunted house, or other event to make sure guests are safe and able to have fun without fear of injury. When an injury does occur at a Las Vegas attraction, then the owners of the event may be responsible.

Owner Negligence

Depending on how the injuries occurred, the company running the even may be liable for them. For example, if the company running an event fails to provide proper entrances and exits, or leaves obstructions in place, then it may be liable for injuries that occur because of these obstructions. There might be liability on the part of the property owner of the location where the event takes place, as well.

Public Negligence and Inappropriate Behavior

Sometimes the people running an attraction are doing things properly, but injuries still occur. When this happens, the people directly involved can be held liable for their behavior. For example, if someone is scared and runs into or tramples another person, the scared person may be liable for injuries that occur as a result. Proving liability is no small feat, however, which is why you should have a skilled personal injury attorney to represent you and fight for your rights.

Injured at an Attraction? Call Us Today!

If you or a loved one has been injured at a public event, then you may be justified in seeking compensation from those responsible. Call us at Breyer Law Offices, P.C., at (702) 380-8000.

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