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Tour Operators Have a Duty to Customers

Jul 12, 2015

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Las Vegas is known as a tourist town, and while it promises fun and excitement it’s not without its risks. More than one person has signed up for a tour while in the area and ended up with a serious injury.

Las Vegas tour operators are supposed to be licensed and insured. Moreover, they have a duty to do everything in their power to ensure the safety of their customers. When they fail in this duty and someone gets hurt, the tour operator may be held legally and financially responsible for the damages.

Proving fault in these cases is not always easy. That’s why the Las Vegas tour injury lawyers at the Potter Law Offices are always willing to go the extra mile. They understand that tour injury cases may involve a long, complex investigation. In addition, it’s necessary to have the requisite legal skill to successfully argue such a case. Many of these matters are settled in negotiation, and here again the skills of these Nevada personal injury lawyers come into play. They are adept, assertive negotiators who will do everything in their power to settle these cases without a trial. Should going to court be necessary, these personal injury attorneys are always prepared to vigorously seek justice for clients.

Contact the Potter Law Offices to learn more today.

Las Vegas, NV 89102-2314
1125 Shadow Lane Suite 100

Phone: 702-385-1954
Fax: 702-385-9081