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New Jersey Casino Accident Attorney

Dedicated New Jersey Casino Accident Attorney Represents the Rights and Interests of Gaming Patrons in Passaic County and Throughout NJ

New Jersey casinos are one of the most popular attractions of the Garden State. In addition to providing gaming, many casinos in the state also offer a wide variety of resort activities, including restaurants, pools, spas, and theaters for live shows and concerts. But the diverse array of activities at casinos means many opportunities for an accident that injures guests and visitors. If you’ve been injured in an accident at a casino, that accident may have happened due to the negligence of the casino owner or operator. A New Jersey casino accident attorney from Camili & Capo PA can help you demand financial compensation from the casino for the harm and loss that you have endured.

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We believe that when you’ve been injured in an accident that was caused by someone else, you shouldn’t have to bear the financial burdens that result from your injuries. You also shouldn’t have to accept less than fair compensation from those liable for your injuries. Our attorneys have seen first-hand how insurance companies work to get injury victims to accept a fraction of what their claim is worth. With our firm, you can expect that we will do whatever it takes to get you the results and justice you deserve. 

After you have been hurt in a casino, turn to our firm today for a free initial case review to learn more about how a New Jersey casino accident attorney can help you to pursue a legal claim for financial recovery. 

Common Types of Accidents in Casinos and Their Causes

Some of the most common types of accidents suffered by guests of New Jersey casino resorts include:

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Work Injury

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Slip and Fall Accident

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Car Accident

A New Jersey Casino Accident Attorney from Camili & Capo PA Will Not Rest Until You’ve Received Fair and Full Compensation for Your Injuries

Facing against the big corporations that operate casinos to demand financial recovery for injuries you suffered in an accident on their property can seem like a daunting task. Casino operators and their insurance companies have considerable resources at their disposal to try to get you to accept far less than the full compensation you deserve.

Let the legal team of Camili & Capo PA fight on your behalf to pursue maximum financial recovery for you. A New Jersey casino accident attorney will work on your case by:

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Reach Out to Our Firm for a Free Initial Case Review to Discuss Your Rights and Options with a New Jersey Casino Accident Attorney

If you have been the victim of injuries suffered in a casino, you deserve to seek financial recovery and accountability for your harm and loss. Contact Camili & Capo PA today for a free, no-obligation case evaluation to go over your legal rights and options for pursuing a claim with a New Jersey casino accident attorney from our team.

Frequently Asked Questions about Casino Accidents in New Jersey

What can I be compensated for after a casino accident?

When you have been hurt in a casino accident, you may be entitled to recover compensation for losses that you incur due to your injuries, such as costs of medical treatment and rehabilitation of injuries, costs of long-term care for permanent disabilities resulting from injuries, lost wages/income or loss of future earning capacity, physical pain, and emotional distress and suffering due to reduced quality of life.

How long does a casino accident claim take?

It is impossible to predict how long any particular case will take to resolve. Factors that can affect the length of a casino accident case include the severity of your injuries and the duration of your medical treatment, the amount of evidence involved in the case, and whether the casino accepts responsibility for your injuries. If you have finished treatment of your accident injuries and liability is not in question, it may be possible to settle your casino accident claim in a few months. However, if you are still treating your injuries, have incurred significant expenses, or if the casino denies responsibility for the accident, it may be necessary to go to court and to trial, which may take as long as a couple of years.

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