Concert Hall Negligent Security Attorney

Negligent Security Concert Hall Lawsuit Lawyers

Protection from One of Houston’s Most Well-Known Personal Injury Law Firms

Millions of Texans enjoy going to see live music performed by their favorite artists. While most venues do their best to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for all, some fall short, leaving their patrons vulnerable to harm.

The attorneys at Terry Bryant Accident & Injury Law know how concert halls and music venues must provide a reasonable level of security to concertgoers, employees, and vendors. We also know that when security lapses result in injuries, sexual assault, robbery, or even death, the victims and their families may be able to recover compensation by filing a lawsuit.

If you were seriously injured or lost a loved one due to inadequate security at a concert hall or other type of entertainment venue, Attorney Terry Bryant would like to meet with you to discuss your legal options. He has represented many clients who have suffered injuries due to negligent concert hall security, and he may be able to help you as well. Contact Terry Bryant Accident & Injury Law today to schedule a free consultation and see how they can help.

Get Help Now

If you or a loved one was injured in a concert hall or stadium due to negligent security, it’s important to choose an experienced attorney who will pursue the maximum recovery for you and your family. Contact a concert hall negligent security lawyer today at (713) 973-8888 or toll-free 1 (800) 444-5000.

Why Choose Terry Bryant Accident & Injury Law to Represent You for Concert Hall Negligent Security?

One billion dollars recovered for injured clients

The Terry Bryant Accident & Injury Law Firm has a long history of successful client representation in concert hall negligent security cases and other personal injury matters. We have won over $1 Billion for our clients, which is a testament to our dedication and skill. Our lawyers are passionate about fighting for the rights of victims, and we have the experience and knowledge to get the best possible results. We are not afraid to take on big corporations and insurance companies, and we will do whatever it takes to get our clients the compensation they deserve.

Board Certified Personal Injury Lawyers

The Supreme Court of Texas created The Texas Board of Legal Specialization to ensure that only the most qualified attorneys are given certifications. Board certification is not just a measure of an attorney’s knowledge and experience; it is also a measure of their commitment to their clients and the practice of law. When you hire a Board Certified attorney in Texas, you can be confident that you are hiring an attorney who is dedicated to providing the best possible legal representation.

We Protect You

As your attorneys, we will never divulge what you tell us to anyone else. You can discuss your case with us confidentially at any time. When filing a claim against a concert hall owner or their insurance company, they may try to discredit you by saying you are partially at fault for your injuries, but we know their tactics. We will fight to make sure that you are not unfairly blamed for something that wasn’t your fault.

Small, But Mighty

It’s important to choose a law firm that will devote the time and resources necessary to get the best possible outcome for your case. The Terry Bryant Accident & Injury Law Firm is honored to be a small but powerful firm by design. This means our attorneys can devote more time to each case, ensuring that our clients receive the personalized attention they deserve. We believe that this level of dedication leads to better results, and we’re pleased that we have helped many clients get their lives back to normal, as evidenced by the testimonials left by satisfied customers of our representation.

Access to Justice from a Retired Judge

Attorney and Founder Terry Bryant started his law firm in 1985 to give injured people access to justice and the court system. Terry Bryant Accident & Injury Law offers the No Fee Guarantee®, which means that there are no hidden costs and clients do not have to pay anything out of pocket, regardless of the outcome. Former Judge Terry Bryant believes that everyone deserves their day in court and that justice should be affordable for everyone.

Holding responsible parties accountable for their actions and obtaining the compensation clients deserve since 1985. Contact a concert hall negligent security lawyer today at (713) 973-8888 or toll-free 1 (800) 444-5000.

How a Concert Hall Negligent Security Attorney in Texas Can Help You Right Now

If you or a family member is a victim of a concert hall or performing arts festival, this is how one of our Houston concert hall negligent security attorneys can help you right now:

Free consultation: Our concert hall negligent security attorneys offer a free, no-obligation consultation. We will review your case, inform you of your rights, and answer any questions you may have. We want to know how we can help and get you the best medical treatment for recovery. To preserve your right to compensation, we can help you file a claim against the concert hall or venue so you can focus on getting better.

Investigate your claim: Your attorney will thoroughly investigate your claim to determine who is responsible for your injuries and what types of compensation you may be entitled to. When a concert accident occurs, it is usually due to the lack of security or negligence in one area, but since multiple parties are typically involved, investigations can take time before it can be determined who was at fault for what happened.

Build a strong case: Once your attorney has gathered all of the necessary evidence, they will work tirelessly to build a strong case on your behalf. This will involve identifying all liable parties and negotiating with insurance companies on your behalf. If a fair settlement cannot be reached, your attorney will not hesitate to take your case to trial.

Fight for maximum compensation: After we submit a claim for compensation for your injuries, your attorney will make sure that you receive every penny that you are owed. This may include reimbursement for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. The attorneys at Terry Bryant Accident & Injury Law will not rest until justice has been served.

We understand the physical, emotional, and financial toll that injuries from negligent security in a concert hall can take on victims and their families, and we will help you get your life back. Contact us for a free consultation at (713) 973-8888 or toll-free 1 (800) 444-5000 today.

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions by Our Concert Hall Negligence Security Attorneys

When you buy a ticket and enter a concert hall, by law you have a reasonable expectation of safety. Concert halls, stadiums, and other performing arts venues are obligated to provide a certain level of security to protect guests from foreseeable dangers. If a concert hall fails to provide adequate security and a concertgoer is injured as a result, the concert hall along with the concert organizers can be held liable for their lack of security.

What is Concert Hall Negligent Security? 

Concert hall negligent security occurs when a concert hall or performing arts venue fails to provide adequate security measures to protect concertgoers from reasonably foreseeable risks of harm. For example, if a concert hall does not have enough security guards on duty, and someone is attacked and injured as a result, the concert hall could be held liable for negligent security. Unfortunately, this type of premises liability often leads to serious injuries or even wrongful death.

What are some examples of concert hall negligent security?

  • Lack of security personnel
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Equipment failures
  • Insufficient security cameras
  • Safety code violations
  • Poorly designed or maintained security checkpoints
  • Unsafe crowd control measures
  • Inadequate seating
  • Faulty scaffolding
  • Collapsing fences
  • Negligent hiring.

What are some examples of concert hall negligent security injuries?

  • Trampling and crowd-crush injuries
  • Gunfight and shooting injuries
  • Injuries from flying objects
  • Smoke inhalation or burns from a fire
  • Asphyxiation
  • Battery
  • Stage-diving injuries
  • Electric shock
  • Pushed off a balcony
  • Head injuries
  • Stabbing injuries
  • Fighting injuries
  • Broken bones and fractures
  • Injuries from bouncers
  • Negligent drug overdose
  • Injuries from false imprisonment
  • Assault
  • Death.

Who can be sued for a concert hall injury?

  • Performers
  • Promoters
  • Touring companies
  • Venues
  • Licensed security companies
  • Organizers
  • Technical crews
  • Bouncers.

What damages can be awarded for a concert injury?

  • Past and future physical pain and mental anguish
  • Past and future loss of earning capacity
  • Disfigurement
  • Physical impairment
  • Past and future medical-care expenses
  • Loss of consortium
  • Any exemplary or punitive damages based on gross negligence.

How do you prove concert hall negligent security?

To prove concert hall negligent security, you must produce evidence showing the following:

  1. A legal duty was owed to you;
  2. There was a breach of that duty; and
  3. Your injuries were proximately or substantially caused by the breach of the concert hall.

What is considered false imprisonment in Texas?  

The elements of false imprisonment are

  1. A willful detention;
  2. Without consent; and
  3. Without justification or authority of law.

In the absence of an arrest warrant, detention or imprisonment is presumed to be without justification or adequate legal authority unless there is proof to the contrary. The burden is on the defendant to provide evidence that the arrest or detention was legally justified.

What is a concert hall assault injury in Texas?

An assault occurs if a person:

  1. Intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly causes bodily injury to another;
  2. Intentionally or knowingly threatens another with imminent bodily injury; or
  3. Intentionally or knowingly causes physical contact with someone knowing that the contact will be harmful or offensive.

When should I file my concert hall negligent security case?

The deadline or statute of limitations for filing your concert hall negligent security case in Texas is two years from the date of the injury.

*Always speak directly to an attorney for the exact deadlines that apply to your potential claim(s).

How much money can you receive from a concert hall negligent security lawsuit?

When determining fair and reasonable compensation, courts will consider the severity of the injury, the amount of economic damages, and the amount of pain and suffering endured. In some cases, other noneconomic damages may also be considered, such as emotional distress or loss of companionship.

Our Houston concert hall negligent security attorneys are zealous advocates and experienced trial lawyers, who will fight for maximum compensation for you and your family.

If You Have Been Injured in a Concert Hall, Get Help from a Houston Negligent Concert Hall Security Lawyer

“When you practice personal injury law, you have the chance to help people who are being wronged and taken advantage of. Personal injury lawyers help level the playing field for individuals who aren’t given a fair deal.” – Terry Bryant, Esq. 

Unfortunately, health pandemics and other economic issues have caused come concert hall owners to cut corners when it comes to security, to save money. Some concert halls are located in high-crime areas; as a result, innocent people can become victims of crimes such as assault, robbery, and sexual assault, which permanently disrupt lives.

In addition to the physical and emotional scars these victims suffer, they also often have to deal with expensive medical bills and lost wages. While no one deserves to be a victim of a crime or someone else’s negligence, it is particularly unfair when people are put in harm’s way because concert hall owners have chosen to prioritize profits over safety.

Concert hall venues must take responsibility for the safety of their patrons and make sure that adequate security measures are in place.

If you have been injured or victimized, it’s important to know that you have legal options available to you. The experienced concert hall negligent security attorneys at Terry Bryant Accident & Injury Law can help you understand your rights and options under the law and protect you from an unfair and undervalued insurance company offer.

Call 713-973-8888 or toll-free 1 (800) 444-5000 or use our online contact form to see how we can help. “You Deserve Justice. You Deserve Terry Bryant.”

Attorney Terry Bryant

Attorney Terry BryantTerry Bryant is Board Certified in personal injury trial law, which means his extensive knowledge of the law has been recognized by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, setting him apart from many other injury attorneys. The 22 years he spent as a Municipal Judge, Spring Valley Village, TX also provides him keen insight into the Texas court system. That experience also helps shape his perspective on personal injury cases and how they might resolve. This unique insight benefits his clients. [ Attorney Bio ]