Q: Chemical burns at Indian casino..how should I proceed?
I was recently can really meet at a California Indian casino when I suffered chemical burns on the back of my legs due to sitting down on a chair that had been treated with the chemicals that they spray to disinfect against Covid. This caused me severe pain and swelling and caused me to go into shock and quick high temperature. After rinsing in the shower with cool water for 37m the burning was getting worse and I was starting to shiver and feel sick. I called to front desk and asked for onsite medical help. 5m later about 6 men in suits were in the room and telling me their names and I was lying face down on bed with just robe on because I couldn't sit or lie on my back. One of them came over and lifted the robe up exposing my genitalia and then they had me tell them over ans over what happened. More men came like security and several more guys got to lift up and see my privates..i ended up in ambulance but they made me sign papers. I just dont know if I have a case or not?
more info needed.
you may have a case but the complicating factor is you need not only a PI lawyer but one with experience suing Indian tribes
google for local PI lawyers to see if they have this kind of experience.
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