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New Jersey Sports Facility Accident Lawyers

Knowledgeable Gym Injury Attorneys in Totowa, NJ Vigorously Pursue Financial Recovery for Those Injured at Arenas, Stadiums, Gyms, and Other Sports Facilities in Passaic County, Hudson County, Essex County, Bergen County, and Throughout NJ

Accidents and injuries are unfortunately a too-common occurrence at sports facilities like gyms, athletic fields/courts, areas, and stadiums. While some injuries arise from freak accidents during the normal course of athletic activities, some accidents happen because of the negligence of a sports facility owner or operator or the negligence of a related third party. If you’ve been injured in this way, New Jersey sports facility accident lawyers can help you to hold those at-fault parties accountable to provide you with compensation for your recovery.

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At Camili & Capo PA, our legal team believes you deserve a full financial recovery for the losses that you have suffered because of the negligence of a sports facility. Our firm will help level the playing field for you when going up against big companies and insurers. We will protect your rights and interests when insurance companies try to get you to accept far less than fair compensation. With our firm on your side, insurers will know that you are prepared to pursue your rights and options as long as necessary. This makes insurance companies much more likely to offer you a fair settlement so that you can get the money you need to help with your recovery as quickly as possible. 

If you were injured while visiting a sports facility, you may be entitled to financial compensation for your losses. Contact our firm today for a free consultation to learn what New Jersey sports facility accident lawyers from our legal team can do to ensure that your rights and interests are protected and advocated for. 

Types of Injury Accidents That Occur at Sports Facilities

New Jersey Sports Facility Accident Lawyers

Some of the kinds of accidents that can occur at gyms, athletic courts or fields, stadiums/arenas, or other sports facilities include:


Work Injury


Slip and Fall Accident


Car Accident

Let Camili & Capo PA Work to Secure Compensation and Justice for You after a Sports Facility Accident

After you have been injured in a sports facility accident, you are likely focused on your treatment and recovery from the physical and emotional harm that you have suffered. This can make it difficult to find the time and energy to also pursue a legal claim against the sports facilities whose negligence led to the accident. When you need to demand financial compensation and accountability for your injuries and losses, turn to New Jersey sports facility accident lawyers for help with:

You can trust that we will not rest until we’ve secured the financial recovery you need and deserve for the medical bills, lost wages and income, pain and suffering, and reduced quality of life that you’ve experienced due to your injuries. 

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Contact Camili & Capo PA Today for a Free Case Evaluation to Speak to New Jersey Sports Facility Accident Lawyers about Your Next Steps

Don’t put off beginning a legal claim to obtain financial recovery for injuries and losses that you suffered in an accident caused by a sports facility’s negligence. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation case evaluation to learn more about your legal rights and options from New Jersey Sports Facility Accident Lawyers from our firm. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Sports Facility Accidents in New Jersey?

I signed a waiver form when I entered the sports facility where I was injured. Does that mean I can’t sue for my injuries?

Not necessarily. Liability waiver forms may be enforced under New Jersey law unless a court finds that the form is unconscionable or that enforcement of the waiver is contrary to public policy. A waiver form may be found unconscionable if a sports facility knowingly withheld information material to the decision to sign a waiver form, or if economic compulsion was used to get you to sign. Liability waivers may not be upheld if they fail to detail the risks of the activity or try to eliminate duties expected of a sports facility under public policy. New Jersey law also does not enforce liability waivers to the extent they try to eliminate liability for intentional or reckless conduct.

How long do I have to file a personal injury lawsuit against a sports facility?

Under New Jersey’s statute of limitations for personal injury claims, you typically have only two years from the date that you were injured at a sports facility to file a lawsuit. If you file suit after the statute of limitations has expired on your claim, your case can be permanently dismissed by the court and you may lose your rights to pursue financial compensation for your injuries.

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