Concerts on Long Island are entertaining, loud and crowded. Whether you were injured in an outdoor concert at Jones Beach or at the Westbury Theatre, concert venues have to comply with safety measures that deal with building codes and regulations, security, crowd control measures, adequate lighting and well-maintained facilities.
Everyone involved with the planning or production of the concert has the right to guarantee you are safe the whole time you attend. Concert accidents are not always quite clear, meaning all incidents are not automatically considered a case. For example, if someone spilled water on the floor right before you fell and got hurt, nobody can be blamed. On the other hand, if you fell in an area where the concert manager or people who own the property should have fixed something, you may have a case. For example, if you fell on a broken part of the steps that have been there for a while, that might be a case.
Key things to remember if you fell at a concert:
- Take real notice of what you fell on
- Take pictures of the scene and of your injuries
- If your injury is bad, seek medical attention immediately
- Contact a lawyer
If you were injured in a concert on Long Island, contact our personal injury attorneys. Our lawyers are compassionate listeners who will help you receive the maximum compensation you deserve. We have helped many clients win these cases by going after the concert organizer, promoter, venue and/or musical acts. Contact us for a free consultation and we'll fully discuss your case and answer any questions you may have.