If your child sustained injuries on Halloween while trick-or-treating or participating on other holiday events, then you may have a person injury claim for damages. The Vegas personal injury lawyers from Albright Stoddard Warnick & Albright can review your case to determine whether your situation qualifies for a claim.
What remedies are available for Halloween injuries?
If your child was injured on another’s property, then the property owner may be liable for the injuries. A homeowner is liable if they knew or should have known about an unreasonable risk and they failed to remedy the issue. If this hazard is what caused your child injuries, then the homeowner may be liable.
The homeowner’s insurance may be required to compensate you for a variety of reasons, including:
- Medical expense reimbursement
- Pain and suffering
- Therapy and rehabilitation costs
- Emotional distress
- Scarring and physical disfigurement
Attorneys from a injury law firm in Las Vegas can visit with you about whether a claim can be filed with your circumstances and what the claim can entail. A claim can be filed with the homeowner’s insurance company to request compensation.
The insurance company will review the claim and either admit or deny liability. If they deny liability or offer a settlement that is insufficient, then you can pursue your claim through the court.
How can an attorney help?
Vegas personal injury lawyers can provide legal advice and representation to help you pursue a claim. An attorney will help you know what to do to improve your chances of having a successful claim. Our injury law firm in Las Vegas can represent you during the claims process. We will strive to recover a settlement that will adequately compensate you for your injuries.
If your child was injured on Halloween, then contact Albright Stoddard Warnick & Albright.