If Vegas Towers Apartments improperly withheld the rental deposit, please contact us so we can get more detailed information about your case. 


              GROUNDS TO SUE 

  • Failing to provide a safe and habitable apartment or complex
  • Breaking terms of the apartment lease
  • Entering the apartment without the required notice
  • Failing to return a security deposit
  • Unlawful eviction
  • Discrimination





  • Photos or a video of the apartment showing how it looked when you moved out.
  • Receipts or canceled checks for any cleaning supplies used in the final cleanup.
  • A copy of your written lease or rental agreement.
  • A copy of an inventory of conditions upon moving in and moving out, signed by the landlord and tenant, if one or both was prepared.


Tenant’s Right In           Nevada


 A lease obligates both you and your landlord for a set period of time, usually a year, whether or not you continue to live in the rental unit.

A landlord can’t force you to move out before the lease ends, unless you fail to pay the rent or violate another significant term, such as repeatedly throwing large and noisy parties.

In these cases, landlords in Nevada must follow specific procedures to end the tenancy. For example, your landlord must give you five days’ notice to pay the rent or leave (Nevada Rev. Stat. Ann. § 40.251) before filing an eviction lawsuit.

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   Questions And          Answers About          Class Action              Lawsuits     

What is a class action?

A class action is a legal procedure used to prosecute a lawsuit efficiently in which a large number of people have been injured by a common act or set of actions.  

 If I choose to be involved in a class action, is there risk or expense for me?

Costs and Expenses of the lawsuit are usually advanced by the law firms prosecuting on behalf of the Class. The attorneys will ask the court to grant then reimbursement of out-of-pocket expenses and attorneys’ fees — usually a percentage of the total recovery — only if they are successful. 

Punitive Damages

In addition to helping people seek compensation for their losses and suffering, a class action lawsuit can also result in the award of punitive damages. Punitive damages are awarded in cases where the defendant’s action was willful or malicious. These class action lawsuit damages are intended to prevent the defendant and similar entities from committing the same misconduct in the future.

How long does it take for a class action to be resolved?

Until the litigation is under way, this is impossible to determine. Some factors include the length of time the court takes to make decisions, the number of parties and the complexity of the fraud.