State of Nevada vs Client: Driving under the influence "DUI"
Outcome: Reduced to reckless driving
Criminal Defense - Robbery with use of a Deadly Weapon
State of Nevada vs Client: Robbery with use of a Deadly Weapon (multiple counts), First Degree Kidnapping with use of a Deadly Weapon, Burglary while in Possession of a Firearm (multiple counts), Ex Felon Possession of a Firearm. Habitual Criminal (violent) Eligible and facing life sentence.
Outcome: 1-5 years Class “C” felony.
Criminal Defense - Sexual Assault - Kidnapping
State of Nevada vs Client: Sexual Assault of a Minor, First Degree Kidnapping
Outcome: Probation, reduced to Misdemeanor with no jail time
Criminal Defense - Felony
State of Nevada vs Client: Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance
Criminal Defense - Felony Burglary
State of Nevada vs Client: Felony Burglary with a Firearm, Assault with a Deadly Weapon (multiple counts)
Outcome: Probation, reduced to a Misdemeanor with no jail time
Criminal Defense - Felony Battery
State of Nevada vs Client: Felony Battery Domestic Violence by Strangulation
Criminal Defense - Disorderly Conduct
State of Nevada vs Client: Disorderly Conduct.
Criminal Defense - Felony Burglary
State of Nevada vs Client: Felony Burglary, Conspiracy(multiple counts)
Outcome: Reduced to Disorderly Conduct
Las Vegas Casino Liability Attorney
Nevada Casino Injuries Lawyer
Attorneys Helping Injured Clients in Nevada and California Since 1997
If you have been injured due to a casino's negligence, you may feel as we do; it's one thing for a casino to come out ahead at the gaming tables. It's another for a casino to cause physical injuries in its bid to cut costs by decreasing customer safety.
At Hofland & Tomsheck, our lawyers can help you recover compensation for your medical expenses, lost earnings and pain and suffering. Firm founder Brad Hofland has practiced personal injury law throughout Nevada for 13 years. We can help you if you were injured at a casino due to range of circumstances, including:
Wet and unsafe surfaces
Negligence security guards
Unsafe equipment and equipment in need of repairs
Were you injured on a casino gambling floor, in a casino-operate restaurant or hotel or in another casino-related enterprise in Las Vegas, Reno or anywhere in Nevada? Contact the experienced casino accident lawyers of Hofland & Tomsheck. Call (702) 487-9691 or (877) 825-1554.
The laws surrounding casino accident may sound highly specific. However, in many respects it resembles general premises liability law. Casino owners, like owners of other businesses, are liable for injuries sustained on their property if:
The casino caused the dangerous condition(s) or allowed the dangerous condition to arise; and
The casino knew or should have known about the danger; and
Did not take steps to remedy the situation in a timely fashion
Despite similarities between premises liability laws, Nevada law does provides some sweeping protections to casinos. If you were injured in a Nevada casino and wish to pursue a potential claim, your first step should be to contact an experienced personal injury law firm.
For experienced legal representation, contact Hofland & Tomsheck. We offer free initial consultations and are available for evening and weekend appointments. We also charge reasonable rates and accept credit cards. We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. Our offices are conveniently located in downtown Las Vegas, just steps away from the federal and state courthouses. To contact our Las Vegas law firm, call (702) 895-6760 or Toll-Free: (866) 743-7305 or e-mail our office.