Concert Accidents

There’s nothing quite like attending a live concert. The majority of the time, these events prove to be tremendous fun for you and the hundreds if not thousands of others in attendance. After all, the music is great, and the environment is electric.

But although concerts are usually safe, accidents do happen. Sometimes concertgoers get hurt in mosh pits or fall from heights. Other times they slip on a wet surface or get caught in the middle of a fight.

No matter the case, if you’ve suffered a concert injury, it’s imperative that you speak to a concert accident attorney. The legal experts at Morgan & Morgan can help you determine who should be held liable for your injury and what financial damages you may be able to pursue. Here’s what you need to know.

Types of Concert Accidents

When large crowds gather, bad things can happen. Common types of concert accidents include:

  • Trampling: When concertgoers attempt to flee the premises during an emergency or rush forward when the main act hits the stage, people may be trampled.
  • Fights: Often fueled by alcohol and adrenaline, altercations can turn violent. If not broken up quickly, fights can escalate into brawls.
  • Mosh Pits: At some concerts, mosh pits break out. This violent form of dancing can be extremely dangerous and lead to fights.
  • Slip-and-Fall Accidents: At a packed event with dark lighting, slip-and-fall accidents are common.
  • Projectiles: Sometimes fans become unruly and throw objects. These projectiles can cause serious harm.
  • Heat Injuries: At music festivals — particularly during summer — heat stroke, exhaustion, sunburn, and related heat injuries are prone to happen.
  • Intoxication and Overdoses: Sadly, drinking and drug intake are common at these events. Imbibing too much or taking illegal drugs can lead to alcohol poisoning or overdoses.

Determining Liability

People who attend concerts and get injured may have the legal right to file a lawsuit against the owner of the venue or a third party, depending on the specifics of the incident. The concert venue may be liable, for instance, if a concertgoer slips and falls in an area that should have been cleaned up or marked off. In other cases, a third party might be liable. For example, a security company might be held responsible if it failed to break up a fight that led to injury. It’s important that you hire a personal injury attorney to get to the bottom of what happened and determine who was at fault.

Contact Morgan & Morgan

Determining who is liable for your concert injury requires a thorough investigation of the facts surrounding your case. The type, nature, severity, and cause of the injury are all critical pieces of information. If you were hurt at a concert, you owe it to yourself to contact a personal injury attorney who is well versed in handling these cases. You may be able to collect significant financial compensation with the help of one of our legal experts. To find out, contact us today to schedule a free case evaluation.

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