Frequently Asked Questions on Mass Gathering Injury

Since 1997, Shook & Stone has recovered over $750 million in compensation for our clients making us one of the best mass gathering injury law firms in Las Vegas, NV.

If you are injured at a concert, it is important to seek medical attention as soon as possible. If the injury is severe, you should call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. If the injury is not severe, you can try to find first aid at the concert venue or ask a security guard for help.

Once you have received medical attention, you should document the details of the accident and take photos of your injuries. You should also keep all medical bills and receipts as evidence. If you plan to file a personal injury claim, you will need this documentation to prove your damages.

If you are injured by a crowd surge at a concert, you may have grounds for a personal injury claim against the concert organizers. To win your case, you will need to prove that the organizers failed to take reasonable steps to ensure the safety of concertgoers. This can be difficult to do without the help of an experienced personal injury lawyer.