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Casino Injuries: Odds Are, They Will Occur. What to Do When You're Injured While at a Las Vegas Casino

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A accident that causes an injury can occur anywhere and a casino is no exception. If an individual suffers from a serious incident or accident at a casino, they may be entitled to compensation.

Common Types of Casino Accidents

We’ve been representing injured victims in Las Vegas for many years, and we’ve seen just about every possible type of accident and injury. Here are some of the most common types of accidents our clients have suffered while on casino property. If you’ve suffered injuries from one of these accidents, you may be eligible to file a cliam for compensation.

  • Construction Accidents
  • Sidewalk Accidents
  • Slip-and-Fall Accidents
  • Trip-and-Fall Accidents
  • Hotel Swimming Pool Accidents
  • Escalator and Elevator Accidents
  • Slot Machine Incidents
  • Gambling Equipment Malfunctions

Understanding Who’s Liable for Your Injuries after an Accident

Just because an accident occurs while at a casino does not mean the casino is responsible. The case will need to proven in court. An experienced personal injury attorney can help determine if the accident occurred due to negligence or any other fault of the casino’s owner. The casino owner maintains responsibility for the repair of their property. Regular checks and upgrades are made to ensure customer and visitor safety.

The personal injury lawyers of Jones Wilson LLP are experienced in casino injury litigation and have been protecting the rights of injured victims in Las Vegas for over 20 years. Cory Jones and Justin Wilson both served as insurance defense lawyers for casinos. They know how to litigate valid casino injury cases. For example, did you know that injuries incurred in casinos on the Las Vegas strip are handled very differently than those incurred in tribal owned casinos?

Know How Tribal Laws May Affect Your Case Differently

Tribal casino laws differ from state and federal regulated casinos. A personal injury lawyer must be licensed to practice inside a tribal court if the injury occurred on tribal land. Most Native American tribes have the right to develop the laws for their land, which can be an obstacle to overcome if you are injured on these premises. Even though the situation may be difficult, you should still fight for your personal right to compensation. Many cases have been heard, and the casino has been held liable for the personal injury.

To find out if your injury claim will hold up in court, contact us today at 702-405-6000. We have experience, and we can tell you if your case is valid.

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