The SoFi Stadium is located at 1001 Stadium Dr, Inglewood, CA. 90301. It is a new stadium in the area, opened very recently in September 2020. It has a capacity of over 70,000. It is both a stadium and entertainment venue – so it is very possible to visit the stadium on the same weekend for a football game and a concert. Like with any large venue like SoFi, many dangerous conditions can go ignored, which can put innocent eventgoers at risk of suffering harm.
Unfortunately, many types of incidents can occur on the premises of SoFi Stadium. If you were involved in an incident at the stadium and suffered injuries, you actually might have grounds to file a lawsuit. In fact, you could even be entitled to monetary compensation. If you are interested in learning more about your right to sue after an accident at SoFi Stadium, do not hesitate to seek legal assistance with the experts at our law firm today.
Here at Downtown L.A. Law Group, our personal injury lawyers have decades of experience handling all sorts of personal injury claims, including slip and falls, parking lot accidents, pedestrian accidents, etc. Regardless of the specific type of incident that you suffered on the premises of SoFi Stadium, our lawyers can help you understand your legal options and your right to sue. If you would like to discuss your claim with the experts at our law firm, contact us today.
Possible Incidents at SoFi Stadium
There are a number of incidents that could occur at SoFi Stadium. Typically, these incidents will be associated with the negligence of the property owner and the failure to ensure that the entire premises is safe for guests. Some examples of common personal injury incidents include the following:
- Slip and fall accidents – these incidents are often caused by wet floors, slippery surfaces, spills, leaks, missing weather mats, and missing warning signs, for instance
- Parking lot trip and fall accidents – these incidents are often caused by potholes, broken concrete, exposed rebar, uneven flooring, broken sidewalks, etc.
- Assault and battery – these incidents can be associated with a lack of security, lack of surveillance, poorly lit areas, isolated areas, etc.
- Restroom sexual assault – these incidents can be associated with a lack of security, lack of surveillance, lack of appropriate lighting, etc. specifically around restrooms
- Security assault – these incidents are typically associated with security guards that are not properly trained, supervised, or not checked thoroughly before being hired, for example
- Pedestrian accident – these incidents are often caused by speeding in parking lots, failure to enforce speed limits, failure to post speed limit signs, lack of speed bumps, lack of designated crosswalks in parking areas, etc.
- Falling object incidents – these incidents are typically associated with equipment or objects that are improperly installed in elevated areas
Each of these incidents is associated with specific dangerous conditions that may exist on the premises. Regardless of the type of incident that you experienced, you could suffer injuries.
As mentioned above, there are countless incidents that could occur on the premises of SoFi Stadium in Inglewood. However, no matter the type of incident, many injuries are possible. Some of the most common injuries associated with the personal injury accidents include the following:
- Head injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Shoulder injuries
- Neck injuries
- Back injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Hip injuries
- Knee injuries
- Sprains and strains
- Scrapes and bruises
- Severed limbs
- Crushing injuries
Depending on the type of incident and the severity of the incident, victims could suffer moderate to severe injuries. In some cases, the injuries suffered might even be fatal.
Can You Sue?
Do you have the right to sue if you were harmed in an incident on the premises of SoFi stadium? Yes – you could have grounds to sue. In general, you will have the right to sue based on the concept of premise liability. Based on premise liability, property owners have a duty to keep their entire premises safe for their guests. If property owners fail to keep the premises safe, then they can be liable for any resulting harm – and they could be sued. Of course, property owners often hire outside companies, which could include managing companies, security guard companies, parking companies, etc. In some cases, and also depending on the specific incident, these companies can also have some liability – meaning that they could also be sued.
If you would like to learn more about your right to sue after sustaining injuries at SoFi stadium, do not hesitate to contact the experts at our law firm as soon as possible.
Who Owns SoFi Stadium?
SoFi Stadium is owned by StadCo LA, LLC and Hollywood Park Land Company, LLC. In case of a personal injury accident on the premises of the stadium, these companies could face liability and could be responsible for damages. For more information about your right to sue the owners of SoFi Stadium, contact us today.
Your Right to Recover Compensation
If you have the right to sue after being injured in a personal injury accident at SoFi stadium, then you might also have the right to recover monetary compensation. Common categories of compensation available for personal injury claims include the following:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Property damage
- Funeral and burial costs
- Loss of consortium
- Punitive damages
- Legal costs
If you have questions about the type and amount of compensation that you could be eligible to receive if your lawsuit is successful, the best thing that you could do is to seek legal assistance. You can trust the experts here at our law firm to help you understand the value of your claim and the compensation that you could be eligible to receive. Our lawyers are dedicated to getting you the highest recovery available for your SoFi Stadium accident claim. If you are ready to discuss your claim with our SoFi Stadium accident attorneys, contact us today – we are ready to help you win.
File Your Claim On Time
All personal injury claims are subject to a statute of limitations. This is essentially a deadline to file the claim. If claimants fail to file their claims on time, then they could lose their right to sue. What statute of limitations applies to your personal injury accident that occurred at SoFi Stadium? In California, most personal injury accident claims are subject to a two-year statute of limitations, meaning that claimants will only have two years to file their claims (there are some exceptions to this). To ensure that you file your claim on time, it is important that you seek legal assistance as soon as possible and start the legal process.
Contact Downtown L.A. Law Firm Today
Are you ready to discuss your SoFi Stadium accident with an expert attorney? If so, you must contact us immediately. Here at Downtown L.A. Law Group, our lawyers are more than ready to evaluate your claim and provide you with the guidance that you need to file your lawsuit. We have decades of experience, and we are not afraid to take on any property owner to ensure that our clients are fairly compensated after their accidents. Contact us today to speak with our SoFi Stadium accident lawyers and start the legal process.
We offer free consultations and free second opinions. You can trust that our lawyers will answer all your questions and address all your concerns, providing you with all the information necessary to begin or continue your injury claim. If you are interested in speaking with our experts and benefiting from our free legal services, contact us today.
We offer a Zero-Fee guarantee, meaning that you will not be required to pay upfront costs to speak with our experts. In addition, our law firm works on a contingency structure. Therefore, you will not be required to pay anything until winning your claim.
If you are ready to discuss your SoFi Stadium injury lawsuit with the experts at our law firm, contact us immediately.