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I was a patron at a nightclub in California Feb 2009. When I went on the dance-floor with my friends and began to dance I slipped and fell twisting my ankle as I went down. I felt the ground and it was wet with alcohol and beer; I could not stand up and as a result got stepped on multiple times by dancers. The club security brought me out and called an ambulance to the club. I suffered a sprained ankle and over $2000 in medical bills. I have a witness that was with me the entire duration and will testify on my behalf to the aforementioned. I need to know how strong my case is and what torts I can sue for. The case is scheduled to be tried via binding arbitration next week. Any help would be immensely appreciated.additionally; does the club have a fiduciary obligation to the safety and well being of their patrons? If an injury occurs; do they have an existing insurance policy to cover the medical expenses etc.? Is it their obligation to take responsibility for anyone injured on their premises as a result of negligence? There was poor lighting, and over packed dance-floor, and beverages spilled all over the floor with no staff monitoring or concerned.
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