Negligent Security

With more than 35,000,000 visiting Las Vegas each year, we often see a number of Las Vegas visitors who are injured as a result of their interactions with Las Vegas hotel or casino security. Hotel security officers are often under trained and always underpaid resulting in security officers who do not know how or are incapable of effectively interacting with the public.

Injuries often occur from assaults and batteries by over anxious security officers. Security officers not only are often overly aggressive with visitors but are at times in the habit of wrongfully detaining casino and hotel guests. The legal standard is a simple question: Were the actions of the security officers when dealing with the public reasonable under the circumstances?

Reasonableness is often measured not only by industry standards but by comparing the officer's conduct with hotel or casino policies and procedures. Las Vegas hotels, casinos and other establishments with security are obligated to ensure guests, visitors and others lawfully permitted on their property are not caused harm. Not only does this preclude unwarranted assaults by security personnel, it includes protection from third parties. These rights of protection are extended to:

  • Athletic stadiums
  • Amusement parks
  • Hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts
  • Parking lots
  • Bars
  • Night clubs

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Seeking damages for injuries that could have been prevented

It doesn’t matter how the altercation began, you deserve protection from suffering emotional, physical or financial harm from someone else anywhere in Las Vegas. If this right has been trampled by the negligence of security officers on the property, you need to seek the help of an attorney who will stand up for your rights where security officers have failed you.

Day & Nance, a Las Vegas negligent security law firm in Henderson, NV, is prepared to defend your right to compensation for injuries that could have been prevented by security personnel at the site of the altercation.

Your only duty to a negligent security claim is helping determine if the owner of the establishment or property did not uphold their duty to protect patrons or visitors from injury.

Being injured by a Las Vegas casino or hotel security officer or being wrongfully held by a Las Vegas casino or hotel can be a traumatic experience. The negligent security attorneys at Day & Nance want to make sure that you understand your rights and legal options when you have been injured by the negligence of a security officer.

Negligent Security Attorneys in Las Vegas, NV

If you or a loved one has been injured or wrongfully held as a result of the negligence of a Las Vegas casino or hotel security officer, give the Las Vegas negligent security lawyers at Day & Nance in Henderson, NV a call or set up a meeting by filling out the form on this website. Our attorneys will provide you with an honest assessment of your case and will work with you to ensure you receive the best possible outcome.