Have you been injured while at a casino anywhere in the United States such as Atlantic City, Las Vegas, Laughlin or Reno, Nevada? Have you suffered an injury due to casino negligence while at an Indian owned casino? Perhaps you suffered an injury while at a big city casino such as Philadelphia, Chicago or Detroit. Did your injuries cause you to miss time at work? Did they provoke an existing injury or pre-existing condition? Is intense physical pain, emotional suffering and financial instability a part of your everyday life now? If so, you may be entitled to benefits and compensation according to state personal injury laws. You need the help of an experienced personal injury attorney handling casino accident claims to ensure you get all benefits and compensation you deserve.
Are you the victim of a workplace injury while working at a casino in Atlantic City, Las Vegas, Reno, Philadelphia, Chicago, Detroit, Massachusetts or anywhere in the United States? If so, you may be able to file a workers’ compensation claim as our workers’ compensation lawyers routinely handle work injury claims on behalf of injured casino workers. No matter where in the country you were injured our work accident attorneys can help. If a loved one has been injured while in a casino please contact our experienced team of casino accident attorneys.
We serve those injured in casino accidents in the the primary casino towns of Atlantic City, NJ, Las Vegas, NV, Reno, NV, Laughlin, NV as well as smaller and lesser known casinos in Dover, Wilmington, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, San Diego, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Charlestown, West Virginia and Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Currently 43 states have casinos. Some are Indian/Native American owned and others are privately owned. States that currently have casinos are: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
No matter what state you were injured in you may qualify for benefits and financial compensation for your injuries, medical expenses, pain, suffering and lost wages. Contact our network of casino accident attorneys today for a free consultation.
Injuries in casinos all over the country can be caused by various actions or circumstances. These can range from inadequate lighting, negligent security, improper monitoring and gross negligence such as wet or slippery floors. Injuries can be:
Excessive alcohol consumption
Financial issues due to employment law violation
Golf course accidents
Health club, salon and spa accidents
Injuries during transportation (such as to the airport, event or restaurant)
Improper monitoring of casino floor, bars, nightclubs, hallways, stairwells and other casino shops
Medical malpractice (if seen by healthcare professional at casino or hotel)
Slip, trip and falls
Swimming pool and diving accidents
Have you been victimized in the workplace while working at a csdino? Have you been the victim of workplace retaliation, age, gender or sexual orientation discrimination while being employed by a casino or their parent company? If so, you may be entitled to benefits and financial compensation according to federal labor laws as well as state laws in the state where you are employed. You need an attorney who provides expert legal representation to clients involved in Employment
Law disputes and Labor Law issues throughout the entire United States.
Our team of casino employment law attorneys have had a successful track record of mediating, arbitrating and litigating employment law cases for many years. They are pleased to provide highly personalized service to each of their clients.
The New Jersey employment law attorneys on our team are dedicated exclusively to the practice of employment law and are always up to date on the most recent statutory and judicial changes to employment law. They are committed to ensuring that their clients are treated fairly by their employers and always strive to preserve and protect employee rights. Our Nevada casino employment law lawyers have obtained several multi-million dollar verdicts on behalf of individual employees.
During their legal careers our casino employment law attorneys have represented clients in a broad range of casino employment law litigation, including:
< Sexual Harassment
< Wrongful Termination
< Disabilities & Accommodations
< Discrimination in the Workplace
< Employment Contracts
< Employer Retaliation
< Hostile Workplace Environment
< Meal Breaks & Rest Breaks
< Medical Leave and Family Law
< Severance Negotiations
< Trade Secrets
< Overtime & Wage Laws
< Whistleblower Laws
If you are a casino employee, or we one but feel you were wrongfully terminated, or have been the victim of workplace discrimination, harassment, or believe that your employer is acting in violation of either Federal Labor Laws or local labor laws let us fight for you. Please fill out our Employment Law Case Evaluation Form. One of our esteemed casino labor law attorneys will contact you after we have fully reviewed the information provided.
No matter what state you were injured in our team of casino employment law attorneys and casino labor law attorneys can help as they serve the entire United States.
Establishing liability is one of the most important aspects of a nursing home negligence claim. A qualified nursing home abuse attorney will know how to identify any and all liable parties. These parties can be nursing home corporations, parent companies, third party staffing companies, third party contractors, subcontractors and vendors (third party claims are also commonly referred to as vicarious liability claims). It is imperative to the outcome your case that all liable parties be held legally responsible for the injuries sustained by your loved ones in their accident.
Just as with other types of accident or injury claims where someone else is at fault, the insurance companies get involved almost immediately. Dealing with the insurance carriers can cause the victims family and estate an extraordinary amount of aggravation, emotional, financial and psychological strain. To be frank, the insurance industry, just like the casino and gaming industry, is big business and their objective is to make money, not lose money. Paying accident and injury claims is considered losing money. The average person has no idea how to navigate through the legal system and or deal with giant insurance carriers whose interest is nothing more than their profits.
Having said that it is never a good idea to deal with the insurance carriers yourself. Doing so will absolutely compromise your case as well as cost you substantial amounts of money as they will not take all factors that determine the true value of your claim into consideration. Let our Atlantic City casino injury attorneys handle the insurance companies. this will allow you to focus on getting your loved one the care they deserve and need.
Casino accident, injury and wrongful death claims typically end in a settlement. The settlement is negotiated by your attorney and the liable parties insurance company and or their attorneys. In some cases a settlement cannot be agreed upon. A common concern in this scenario is what will happen next and how will the case culminate? In situations such as these the case moves on to the litigation phase, also known as the trial phase. When a case goes to trial you absolutely need an experienced personal injury attorney who has significant trial experience. Our team Las Vegas casino injury lawyers have a wealth of experience litigating casino accident claims throughout the United States including Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
By far this is one of the most common, if not the most common, concerns accident victims have. This is especially true in larger casinos. Our casino accident claim attorneys offer free initial consultations to casino accident and injury victims. In addition, they handle accident, injury and wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis. What this means is that they charge no fee unless they recover for you. The fact of the matter is that it costs you nothing out of pocket to speak with, and ultimately retain, a casino injury attorney.
After an accident in a casino, gaming room or hotel you life will be very hectic and unpredictable for a period of time. Most casino injuries occur while on vacation and the victim is nowhere near their home making an unpleasant situation even more complicated and frightening. When deciding to hire a casino attorney there are a few things you should look for such as time practicing law, what areas of law do they practice, in what states do they practice (remember you will need an attorney who practices law in the state where the injury took place vs. the state you live in).
The biggest thing to look for is their experience handling casino accident and injury claims. Many times casinos are owned by gigantic corporations with defense attorneys on payroll. You need the skill and experience that comes from handling these types of cases routinely.
It may take years to recover from the financial strain and emotional stress caused by your loved one being injured. Let our casino injury lawyers handle all administrative aspects of your claim. This will allow you to focus on moving on. Contact them today for a free consultation.