Injured at Madison Square Garden? What You Need to Know

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Madison Square Garden is host to numerous concerts, including the Z100 Jingle Ball, Ranger games and other sporting events, family events like the circus and Stars on Ice and many other events.

When you attend a concert, hockey game or other event, Madison Square Garden, as well as the event’s organizers, promoters and entertainers have a responsibility to provide you and your family with a safe environment. This includes:

  • Adequate security
  • Crowd control
  • Sufficient lighting
  • The building and grounds meet all codes and regulations
  • The facility is well-maintained and repairs are made to any known dangers
  • Guard rails are installed where necessary
  • Accessible exits
  • Alcohol, if available, is not sold to minors or those that are already intoxicated

If you or a family member were recently injured at an event at Madison Square Garden or any other local arena, we can help. We have enabled numerous clients to get the compensation they needed for medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering.

Give us a call for a free consultation and we can answer any questions you have, let you know your legal options and what you can expect from the legal system.

Our legal team works with top-notch investigators and medical experts to thoroughly get the evidence we need to document the accident, show liability, prove related injuries and all related expenses. We will work to get you the maximum compensation you deserve.

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