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Concert venues responsible for patrons' safety

You were so excited to get tickets to your favorite rap artist's concert here in New York City. You and a group of friends had great plans for the night and had shelled out a great deal of money.

That made it even more disturbing when a rowdy group of concert-goers wound up getting into an altercation in the row behind you. Suddenly, the security team was everywhere and punches were thrown. You wound up with a concussion and a broken rib from a wild roundhouse punch that went awry.

Now your night out on the town has ended abruptly, and not at the four-star hotel room that you booked. You and your friends are stuck waiting for treatment in the Emergency Room of the nearest hospital.

That wasn't at all like you had hoped the night would end. You're angry and want compensation for your injuries, the ticket prices and other damages. What can you do?

The good news is that we can help you with that. As long as we can link actual damages to the incident or accident that arose from a person's or entity's negligence, it's possible to seek compensation for those losses and damages.

In the days and weeks following the incident, it's important to preserve evidence of your claim to get the most value possible from it. But when you are recovering from your injuries, it can be exceedingly difficult to take the steps to preserve your right to seek financial compensation for your damages.

That's why we recommend that we handle these type of claims for our clients. Visit our website or contact us for additional information.

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