Bar & Bouncer Liability Lawyers
Bar security staff sometimes use excessive and unreasonable force in responding to incidents or removing patrons from bars, resulting in serious injuries, including fractures, scarring, or even traumatic head injuries. These types of cases are fact-intensive and require a thorough review of the evidence and cross-examination of witnesses. Moss & Colella is up to the challenge.
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Michigan Bar & Bouncer Liability Facts
Michigan common law states that a bar is responsible for the actions of its employees committed in the course and scope of their employment. Unfortunately, bar security staff sometimes use excessive and unreasonable force in responding to incidents or removing patrons from bars, resulting in serious injuries, including fractures, scarring, or even traumatic head injuries.
Our firm is up to the challenge. These types of cases are fact-intensive and require a thorough review of the evidence and cross-examination of witnesses. We will stand by your side to ensure every step is properly taken to compensate you for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering from the excessive and unreasonable force by bar bouncers.
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Our law office is ready to stand up for your rights, regardless of where the incident occurred in Michigan. We have the knowledge, energy, and creativity to take on all types of cases, regardless of whether the case involves complex facts or complex injuries, local bars, or national chains.
We approach all cases with the same seriousness, building a strong case from start to finish. If you believe you have been wrongfully injured by the acts of bar security, you should contact us immediately as time may be a factor in these cases. We encourage you to get in touch with us as soon as possible. Contact us today to find out what our experienced lawyers can do for you.
A bar may also be held liable for its failure to contact and alert police to a possible assault that may occur on its property. If a patron is assaulted by another person within the bar when owners, management, or employees had reason to suspect that the assault would occur, a bar may be held liable for damages for its failure to contact police. The duty to "reasonably expedite" the involvement of the police, when a bar has notice that its guest is at risk of imminent and foreseeable harm is recognized by courts in the State of Michigan.
If you have been assaulted while on the property of a bar, you should speak with our bar liability attorneys. You may be entitled to substantial compensation.
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Our team is serious about winning cases and our record confirms it. We have obtained millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for our clients. The damage awards we have obtained are the result of hard, exhaustive work on the part of lawyers who care about doing what is right for our clients. We know what it takes to obtain the compensation you are owed.
We take pride in the fact that our success has led to recognition from our peers. Frequently, other lawyers send cases to us when they get too complicated or need to go to trial. They trust that we will aggressively pursue full and fair compensation for their clients. Our record speaks for itself. We’re ready to show you how our legal team has earned a trusted reputation for success.