Q: I fell in a gambling establishment broke my arm requiring surgery can't the business or owner of building be liable unde
Under their insurance to help with medical expenses and pain suffering.
If the negligence of the business or premises owner proximately caused your injuries (for example, by failing to correct or warn about a concealed unreasonably dangerous condition), they may be legally responsible for your damages.
You should consult a personal injury attorney in or near the county where the establishment is located.
Tim Akpinar agrees with this answer
A: They can be, depending on the circumstances. As my colleague advises, try to arrange a consult with an attorney. Attorneys offer free initial consults for such accidents. In terms of medical bills, that's one of the things that an attorney could outline for you. There are different ways to handle it, and it could depend on liability, your coverage, need for liens, etc. Good luck
A: If it’s on an Indian gaming reservation, then they may have immunity from suit. Contact local personal injury counsel in your jurisdiction for more specific advice.
A: Often times a business is liable for injuries resulting from a slip and fall. The facts of the case need to be reviewed by a personal injury attorney to determine if the establishment is liable. It would be best to consult an attorney(s) to review the case for you.
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