A recent rave concert at Nassau Coliseum where 100 teens required medical treatment has caused many to ask if they can sue for any injuries. Concert injuries have become common at many venues, and the Coliseum is no exception. Injuries are often related to drinking and drugs, fights and crowding.
Some questions to ask to determine if you have a lawsuit:
- Did a lack of security contribute to the injury?
- Was there proper crowd control?
- Was there adequate lighting in aisles, lobbies and parking areas?
- Was alcohol purchased by underage concertgoers?
- Did the band incite the crowd?
A concert venue needs to provide reasonable safety measures. This includes security, crowd control, adequate lighting, proper maintenance of seats and structures, regard to weather conditions if the concert is outdoors and proper ID checks for serving alcohol.
If someone in your family was injured at a concert at Nassau Coliseum or another local venue—such as Madison Square Garden, Barclays Center, Citifield or MetLife Stadium—and believe it was the fault of the venue, concert promoter, band or other third party, call us for a free, no-obligation consultation. Our Long Island concert accident lawyers will answer all your questions and help you determine the best course of action for your specific case. For additional information, you can download our free report on concert injuries, Hitting Rock Bottom-Mosh Pit Injuries and Other Concert Accidents.