Insufficient Training Lawyers Serving Newark And East Orange
Employers have a certain level of responsibility when it comes to the interactions that occur between their employees and the public. One type of business that needs to take steps to ensure the proper training and staffing of their establishments are bars and nightclubs.
Bars and nightclubs can present volatile situations. Gangs may frequent a particular bar or club and pose a real threat to other patrons. Even without gangs, establishments that serve alcohol need a well-trained security presence to deal with inebriated clients and violent situations in a controlled fashion.
Many times bar and club owners do not meet their responsibilities, and people are seriously injured. Some of the different ways that bar and nightclub owners neglect their responsibilities to the safety of their patrons include:
- Insufficient staff to handle the situations likely to be faced
- Improper training on neutralizing dangerous situations
- Hiring staff who may themselves be a risk to the patrons
Decades Of Legal Experience Put To Work For You
At Goldstein & Goldstein, LLP, we are skilled personal injury attorneys who can help you effectively pursue the compensation you deserve if you were injured by insufficiently trained staff of a bar or nightclub. We know how often the owners of these types of businesses fail and how serious the consequences can be for patrons. With more than 50 years of combined legal experience, we understand how to hold bar and nightclub owners accountable for serious injuries caused by their failures to properly train their employees.
No Recovery, No Fee
If you have suffered a serious injury at a bar or nightclub, you need to take steps to ensure that you have what you need to recover. The personal injury attorneys of Goldstein & Goldstein, LLP, offer real help and real hope to our clients. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our insufficient staff training attorneys, call 973-609-5693 or contact us online.
We represent injured clients on a contingent fee basis. We collect attorney’s fees only if we obtain compensation for you.