Who is liable for a Bowling Alley Injury?Liability from bowling alley accidents can vary depending on the type of injury sustained. When you have suffered an injury due to a defective condition on the property or an un-safe condition on the property then the bowling alley can be held liable. Additionally, the property owner can be held liable if there is “actual knowledge” of the defect and no remedy is offered. Bowling Alley Assault and Battery or Fights: Other instances of liability include, assaults, battery and harm caused from slippery or wet floors. Bowling alley assaults are common and often times the victims are not offered compensation for their injury. Bowling alleys who serve alcohol to their patrons and fail to provide adequate or sufficient security can be held liable when there is an injury. If you have been injured as a result of a fight in a bowling alley then recovery is possible. Your medical bills, loss of work and emotional damages can be recovered. Alcohol use and Bowling Alley Responsibility: Bowling alleys that provide alcoholic beverages to their customers are creating in a sense an environment which can be dangerous. In such instances proper supervision and security must be provided in order to quell or suppress any instances which may arise. However, often times such establishments fail to provide proper or sufficient security, which causes innocent victims to suffer serious injuries. If you have been a victim of a fight or assault at a bowling alley you may be entitled to recovery for your injuries. Bowling alley fights can cause serious injuries, contact us today for a free case evaluation. Our legal team can help evaluate your case and determine liability for your injuries.
Bowling Alley Slip & FallsEstablishments that offer bowling or other related activities have a duty to maintain the premises and to keep it safe for their patrons. Customers who enter the property are owed a duty to ensure that the property is free from any defects. Both property owners and occupiers owe a duty to their customers to warn and to make safe conditions which they knew or should have known through inspection to be dangerous. Bowling alley’s owe a duty to make such properties safe and to dedicate the resources needed to avoid harm to their customers.
Bowling Alley Injuries:Most common injuries at bowling alleys include slip and fall incidents. Such injuries occur when the floors are not properly cleaned after each tournament or match, or through faulty or leaking ceilings and the spilling of beverages. In such instances customers can fail to notice the slippery conditions and thus suffer serious injuries as a result. A common list of injuries suffered from slip and falls include:
- Traumatic brain injuries;
- Emotional distress;
- Back injuries;
- Broken leg, ankle, back, neck and arm;
- Concussion caused as a result of the impact; and
- Elbow injuries