Hockey games come with a level of violence, aggression and assaults, which can be considered a part of the game. But no one goes out to a hockey game expecting to be assaulted by the security detail at the arena. For example, there are times that during a Los Angeles Kings hockey game, many fans can get excited cheering and rooting for their home team or an away team, playing in the arena. If the fans get too excited or get out of control, a security detail may be called in for crowd control. At that point, some security guards take matters into their own hands, leading to an assault on a spectator or audience participant. If you have had a personal injury which resulted in an assault by a security person at a hockey game, you need to see out our legal team for professional legal advice regarding the incident. We specialize in premises liability cases, and can help you now, regarding your personal injuries received at a hockey game.
Why Do Security Guards Get Aggressive with Fans at Hockey Games?
Security guards are often aggressive at a sporting event, because they are overly zealous about crowd control at these events. In the middle of a hockey game, a security guard may be too “handsy” with the crowd, in an effort to maintain order. At a hockey game, the crowd participants expect the security guards to continue to maintain a high level of safety, order and decorum at the event. This is for the protection of all participants who came to see the game. If there is any use of an excessive amount of force from a security guard, then it is going to result in a personal injury for the fans. If this is the case, then the fan may have personal injuries and may incur: lost wages, ongoing medical expenses, pain and suffering and a permanent disability, as a result of being “dealt with” by the security detail. When you have been injured by a security guard at a Los Angeles Kings hockey game, you can call us to talk to a lawyer with experience in restitution for personal injuries, when someone else is at fault. Your call to us will start the process to recovering your proper compensation for this type of personal injury loss. You can call us to review your damages and expenses, when you are injured by a security guard at a hockey game.
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Can I Sue for a Security Assault at a Hockey Game?
Yes, we can sue for an assault from a security guard at a hockey game, such as at the Los Angeles King hockey game event. You can call us now at our Los Angeles case lawyers office, and we can file a lawsuit on your behalf, based on the damages, losses and expenses that you incurred based on your personal injuries in this claim. We are here for you every step of the way, and our case attorneys in Los Angeles can sue to help you get the recovery compensation that you deserve in this case.
Average Case Value of a Security Assault at a Hockey Game
The average case value of a security guard assault at a hockey game, will depend on the personal injuries that you suffer as a result of the scuffle with the security officer. You can expect to have some broken bones, maybe even a head injury if there is a fist fight. In those cases, your expected personal injury medical bills may add up fast, and you may require $50,000 to $400,000 to recover from these losses. If you are unfortunate enough to suffer a traumatic brain injury during a security guard assault, you can expect to need upwards of $800,000 to $3 million for your personal injury losses, damages and expenses. Any time that you have extensive personal injuries from a security guard assault on your person, you may have additional surgical procedures that are needed in the future, in order to help you to heal and recover from this type of personal injury accident and loss. If that is the case, we will need to consider those additional surgeries going forward, as your recovery compensation package is being negotiated with the at-fault party insurance company. We deal with the big insurance companies on a daily basis, and we know what to do to get you the full recovery compensation package that you deserve in this case. Just call us now at the DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879, and we can start the process to getting you the recovery compensation that you deserve in this case.
How Long Does It Take to Settle and to Get Paid on These Cases?
If you have been assaulted by a security officer at a hockey game, you may still be under a doctor’s care for your personal injuries related to your claim. It may take 3-5 months to settle out your claim with the insurance company. But we will be there with you the entire time, and will help you to expedite the claim on all angles.
Statute Of Limitations – How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?
The statute of limitations in California for personal injury lawsuit filing is two years.
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