First of all you may have a problem with the statute of limitations if all is this happened over two years ago.
Second, you really need to see a personal injury attorney about this immediately. You have significant injuries and you need assistance from an attorney who regularly handles such cases.
Third, the value if your case depends on many factors including the nature of your injuries, the medical treatment you have had and which you will still need, lost wages and lost ability to engage in normal activities and whether or not the liability of the defendant is clear among other factors. No one can tell you over the Internet what the value of your claim is going to be without more information. See an injury attorney and they can assess your injuries and the value of your case.
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Why have you waited 2 years? It may be too late for legal action. You need to speak with a personal injury attorney ASAP to ascertain whether you still have a viable case.Ask a similar question
It may be too late to bring a claim as the Statute of Limitations may have passed. Consult an attorney ASAP.
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The statute of limitations to recover from the casino is 2 years. If you have not filed a suit before then they do not have to pay you anything. Get a lawyer now.
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First, my sincere regret that you have had to endure this situation. The statute of limitations for filing a lawsuit for an injury is two years in the State of Illinois. Gather your information, such as the incident report and medical records, and contact an attorney right away.
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There are a few questions that any lawyer would need answered before giving you any sound guidance. First, since you are in Chicago but there are no casinos in Chicago, an obvious question is "where?" In-state or out-of-state makes a big difference. Second, you used the phrase "2 yrs" casually, but this is a very hard line. More than 2 years or less than 2 years will make a very big difference. Third, the details of what you fell on and how you fell will make a big difference. Your question may not be how much, your question may be can I win?
If you are not already represented, you should consult an experienced Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer first thing Monday morning. Time is of the essence!
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Seek a personal injury attorney ASAP. You may be out of time due to the Statute of Limitations. Good luck.
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