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Levi’s’s Stadium, located in Santa Clarita, California, is a football stadium that’s been home to the San Francisco 49ers since 2014. The venue was named after the jeans company, which owns the naming rights, even though the city of Santa Clarita is the actual owner of the stadium. The seating capacity at Levi’s Stadium is 68,000, but it can be expanded to accommodate 75,000 people for major events like the Super Bowl and FIFA World Cup. Of course, with that many people in attendance, the potential for accidents is at an all-time high.

Were you or a loved one injured while attending an event at Levi’s Stadium? Owners have a duty to maintain their property and keep it free of hazardous conditions. If a hazard cannot be resolved immediately, they must put up warning signs or other clear indicators to ensure people’s safety. If they fail to take such precautions, they can be sued if someone gets hurt on their property.

The lawyers of DTLA have the knowledge and experience to represent you in a personal injury case against Levi’s Stadium. We will fight for every penny of the compensation you deserve and help you achieve justice for the harm you’ve suffered. Our lawyers are ready to speak with you, so don’t hesitate to give us a call.

Common Accidents at Levi’s Stadium

When you are at Levi’s Stadium for a sports event or concert, there are many accidents that can cause you to be injured. Here are some examples:

  • Slip and fall – from alcohol on the floor to ice in the parking lots, there is no shortage of hazards that people can slip on. If a slip and fall hazard can’t be resolved right away, warning signs must be placed around the affected area.
  • Trip and fall – Uneven floors, loose wiring, and cluttered walkways are just some of the reasons people trip while they’re attending an event. Fall-related accidents cause extremely serious injuries, especially among the elderly.
  • Falling objects – objects hanging from the walls, ceilings, and roof can fall off and cause serious harm to an unsuspecting victim. People can also be struck by things that are thrown by others, like bottles, shoes, and rocks.
  • Sexual assault – usually due to a lack of security, especially in bathrooms and dark, secluded areas.
  • Concert accidents – mosh pit injuries, crushing and trampling injuries from overcrowding
  • Parking lot accidents – car crashes and pedestrian accidents
  • Workplace injury – injuries to vendors, security guards, facility managers, and anyone else that’s at the event for a work-related purpose.

No matter what type of accident you had at Levi’s Stadium, please give us a call as soon as possible. We can help you obtain compensation for injuries at the stadium, but you must take action right away to maximize your chance for success.

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Injuries from a Levi’s Stadium Accident

To give you an idea of how serious these accidents can be, below is a list of the most common injuries you can sustain at Levi’s Stadium:

  • Deep lacerations
  • Broken bones
  • Missing / broken teeth
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Hip fracture
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Permanent scarring
  • Neck / spinal cord damage
  • Crushing injuries (broken ribs, ruptured organs)
  • Nerve damage
  • Knee injuries
  • Vision or hearing loss
  • Paralysis
  • Death

Please don’t put off seeing a doctor after your accident. Many of these injuries have long-term health complications, which may have been prevented with immediate medical attention. You may have the right to sue for any costs associated with your recovery, which we can assist you with. Contact our office to speak with a Levi’s Stadium injury accident attorney.

What are my Rights if I was Injured at Levi’s Stadium?

A concert or sports game accident is an incredibly traumatic experience, and it’s hard to know where to turn in order recoup your losses. Most people are unaware of their rights and legal options and find themselves asking, “Can I sue Levi’s Stadium for my injuries?”

Your right to sue depends on the following elements:


As a legitimate guest or a worker at the stadium, you were owed a duty of care by the property owners.


The owners or their employees (acting on behalf of the owners) failed in their duty of care to you through an act of negligence.


As a result, you suffered an accident on the premises of Levi’s Stadium, which caused you bodily harm.


The injuries you sustained entitle you to monetary damages from the stadium owner.

These factors are based on California’s premises liability laws, which dictate a property owner’s duty to inspect and maintain their premises. This is very important in places like Levi’s Stadium, where the sheer volume of people at any one time increases the likelihood of an accident. In particular, proper security measures are essential to preventing incidents of assault and battery, including sexual assault. In these cases, however, liability may fall on a third party that’s working at Levi’s Stadium. This is common in situations where a stadium hires an outside company to handle certain duties for an event. Failure on the part of these companies can result in an accident, which would make them liable for the victim’s injuries.

Due to these, and many other complexities, it can be challenging to determine liability for an accident at Levi’s Stadium. Thus, it’s important to speak to a lawyer right away, who can help you take the right steps towards a settlement.

Compensation from a Lawsuit

Compensation from a lawsuit against Levi’s Stadium includes specific damages, which will cover your financial and emotional losses. For example, here is what you may be entitled to if you were injured from an act of negligence by the stadium:

  • Medical expenses
  • Pain and suffering
  • Lost wages
  • Emotional distress
  • Property damage
  • Legal fees
  • Punitive damages

You can also receive benefits as the surviving family member or spouse of an injury victim. A wrongful death lawsuit against Levi’s Stadium can help you obtain:

  • Funeral / burial costs
  • Medical expenses
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of consortium
  • Loss of expected savings and benefits
  • Legal fees

Understanding the damages you are entitled to is essential to achieving a fair settlement in your case. For more information on what you can receive from a lawsuit, schedule a case evaluation at your earliest convenience.

Legal Action for Workplace Injuries

Workers at a stadium are just as prone to accidents as guests, and they too, are entitled to compensation for their injuries. If you were hurt during a concert, game, or some other event while working at Levi’s Stadium, we can help you with a workers’ compensation claim to recover your lost wages and cost of medical treatments. This is a simple process in theory, but many workers find that their claims are unjustly denied. Retaining an experienced workplace injury lawyer is the best way to receive your benefits in a timely manner. If your claim is rejected without a good reason, we can fight for your rights through a workers’ compensation lawsuit.

What is the Value of my Levi’s Stadium Accident Claim?

People often contact us to ask about the average case value for a concert or sports stadium accident. However, a personal injury settlement varies from client to client, depending on their injuries and how their life has changed as a result of their accident. Based on the cases we have handled, we would say that a Levi’s Stadium accident claim is worth around $150,000 to $1 million and above, though minor injury cases will settle for less. On the other hand, permanent, lifelong damage, such as paralysis and traumatic brain injury, may be worth several million dollars.

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Statute of Limitations – How long do I have to Sue?

To ensure that your lawsuit is filed on time, you will need to know the statute of limitations for your case. For most injury claims, including slip and falls, trip and falls, and car accidents, the SOL is two years from the accident date or the date you discover an injury associated with the accident. However, the statute of limitations may be shorter depending on the circumstances of your accident, so please speak with one of our attorneys regarding the amount of time you have to pursue an injury claim. Keep in mind that the courts are very strict about the statute of limitations on civil lawsuits. If you do not file your lawsuit in time, you will most likely lose the right to demand compensation from Levi’s Stadium.

Timeline to Settle a Lawsuit against Levi’s’s Stadium

It takes time and effort to build a strong case and negotiate a settlement that meets your needs. However, it’s always our goal to settle your claim as soon as possible, which can be anywhere from 3 to 8 months. Of course, there may be complications that we can’t predict ahead of time, and these can add weeks or months to the recovery process. Depending on the complexities that are involved, it may be 12 to 18 months before you are compensated by Levi’s Stadium. If the other side is uncooperative in reaching a fair settlement with us, a lawsuit may need to be filed, which can extend the case timeline by 2 or more years.

Schedule a Free Second Opinion

A second opinion is for clients with active injury claims, who are not happy with their current legal representative. In many cases, they have doubts about their lawyer’s assessment of their case and need verification from another attorney. We are happy to help you during a free consultation at our office. There is no fee whatsoever for the consultation, so you can feel free to ask anything that’s on your mind. If you decide to switch your lawyer, we will have your case transferred to us and get to work immediately on settling your case. But there is no obligation to leave your attorney, nor is it the right choice for every claimant. Please contact us if you’re interested in a second opinion from one of our legal experts.

Contact DTLA Law Group

Accidents during concerts and sports games can lead to life-altering injuries for one or more people. This is a well-known fact, and stadium owners must take any and all reasonable measures to prevent dangerous incidents. Our lawyers are here to represent you if you were harmed by an act of negligence at Levi’s Stadium. We have decades of experience in the recovery of personal injury settlements and know what it takes to get results.

Without a doubt, finances are a struggle for accident victims, but you don’t have to worry about legal fees when you sign on with us. The attorneys of DTLA work on contingency, which means you pay nothing until we win your case. If we don’t recover your payment, you owe us absolutely nothing as a promise under the Zero fee guarantee. To learn more about your legal options and act on a claim against Levi’s Stadium, contact our law firm to schedule a free case. review.

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