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Large-scale events like SXSW and Austin City Limits (ACL) are good fun, until someone gets hurt. If you or someone you know was injured while attending a concert or event in Austin, contact us and learn about your rights.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of people attend concerts and festival in Austin. Inevitably, some concert-goers are injured. if their injuries were caused by someone else's negligence, they may have a valid legal claim. Festival and concert organizers have a duty of reasonable care to their patrons. If the concert or venue operator creates a dangerous condition, they can be held liable in court. Contact us to learn more about your legal options.
Drunk driving is a serious problem in Austin, Texas. The number of DWI arrests has been steadily rising since the Covid-19 pandemic. Concerts and festivals are especially dangerous times to be on the road. If you drink at any event, make sure to plan a way to get home without getting behind the wheel. The criminal and civil consequences of a DWI wreck are not worth it.
Like any normal landowner, a festival venue operator has a duty to make sure there are no unreasonably dangerous conditions that could hurt patrons. This includes making sure there are no slippery surfaces, dangerous pieces of machinery or other obstacles. Click here to learn about our premises liability practice.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of visitors come to Central Texas for festivals and other large-scale events. If you were hurt at a festival or concert, you may have a claim and should contact a qualified Austin concert injury lawyer.
The vast majority of concert goers attend Austin City Limits (ACL) safely; with no significant injury or accident. However, every year, several attendees and concert-goers suffer personal injuries as a result of negligence or willful acts of others.
If you were injured at ACL and are curious about your rights, you should contact a qualified Austin festival injury lawyer.
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