Casino Accidents

Connecticut and New York Casino Accident Injury Lawyer

If you have suffered an injury on the premises of an Indian casino, you may not know where to turn for help. Tribal personal injury laws are different than state personal injury laws, and you may feel as if you can't find anybody to help you fight for the money damages to which you are entitled. In fact, only attorneys licensed to practice before the tribal courts can represent clients in these courts.

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At the personal injury law offices of Law Offices of Toby M. Schaffer, in Stamford, Connecticut, we can help. Our lead personal injury attorney Toby Schaffer is licensed to practice before the Mohegan Tribe Gaming Disputes Court, as well as the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Court. Our firm is one of the few personal injury law firms in the Stamford region that is licensed to practice in tribal courts.

Restricted money damages

Under Indian tribal law, money damages for a personal injury occurring on reservation grounds are restricted. Tribal law differs in many other ways from state law. As such, it is important that you have an experienced attorney representing you.

If you suffer a premises liability injury in a casino accident, contact our offices for a free consultation. You will meet with personal injury lawyer Toby Schaffer, to discuss the circumstances of your claim. We will help you understand the complexities of Indian tribal law and determine what your best options may be in recovering the money damages to which you are entitled.

We can help you recover money for injuries caused by:

  • Falls from defective bar stools or gaming chairs
  • Slipping on standing water
  • Defective gaming equipment
  • Improper security, assault by other visitors
  • Improper hallway clearance
  • Stairwell injuries

Contact our offices in Stamford to discuss your casino accident injury claim. Don't assume you can't win money for your injury. We can tell you if you have a case.