Injuries Caused By Defective Escalators
Escalators help people move from one place to another quickly and conveniently. While most escalators are perfectly safe, a defective design, manufacturing flaw or improper maintenance can result in serious injuries to riders.
At Christiansen Law Offices, we aggressively seek compensation for clients in the Las Vegas area who have suffered injuries caused by escalator malfunction. Our attorneys work hard in an effort to build a solid case in your favor and help you hold the negligent parties accountable. Contact us today online or by telephone at 702-570-9262 to speak with a knowledgeable Nevada attorney.
Comprehensive Escalator Accident Injury Assistance
Our law firm assists individuals who have been injured by:
- Sudden escalator stops
- Defects in moving handrails that can injure or even cut off fingers
- Feet or clothing caught in moving escalator parts
- Limbs or clothing caught on stationary objects as the escalator moves
- Inadequate signs
- Slip-and-fall accidents
Common escalator accident injuries include lacerations, fractures, broken bones, bruises and amputation.
Who Is Liable for Escalator Accidents?
Liability depends on the cause of the escalator accident. If the escalator’s design was dangerous, there was a flaw in the manufacturing process or the manufacturer failed to warn of any known dangers, the manufacturer may be responsible under products liability law. If the building owner or operator either knew or should have known about any potential hazards that presented an unreasonable risk of harm, the property owner may be liable.
Let Us Help You
If you or someone in your family suffered injuries from an escalator accident, it is important that you speak with our Las Vegas escalator accident lawyers to learn about your rights and legal options. Contact our firm online or call 702-570-9262 to discuss your situation. Our lawyers will work with our trusted network of experts to determine the cause of the accident and evaluate the long-term consequences of the incident.