Joliet Hollywood Casino Lawsuit: Shuttle Bus Blamed For Personal injury

JOLIET, IL —A male who frequented the Hollywood On line casino Joliet in 2019 has

JOLIET, IL —A male who frequented the Hollywood On line casino Joliet in 2019 has employed a Naperville attorney to file a particular personal injury lawsuit stemming from his tumble down a flight of stairs in one of the casino’s shuttle buses that get persons back and forth from the casino to the hotel.

According to Cyril Tuzzollino’s lawsuit against Hollywood Casino Joliet, he was seated in a courtesy shuttle mini bus on Aug. 3, 2019 that is operated by Hollywood Casino Joliet.

That day, after driving in the mini-van, Tuzzollino “fell from the minivan when making an attempt to safely and securely exit the minivan,” states his lawyer, Gerard Stocco of Naperville.

The lawsuit accuses Hollywood Casino of carelessly and negligently failing to outfit the minivan with any way of take care of bars or hand ropes by which passengers can continuous on their own when touring into and out of the shuttle bus.

The plaintiff also explained that Hollywood Casino Joliet had carelessly and negligently unsuccessful to properly employ the service of, train and supervise its brokers in prevalent carrier safety benchmarks and in “carelessly and negligently failing to deliver support to travellers when exiting the shuttle, particularly in light of the absence of adequate lights, enough cope with bars or straps, and other protection measures as aforesaid.”

Tuzzollino tripped all through his tumble, he strike his remaining shoulder on the doorway frame all through his drop, “and falling from the van down to the driveway, thus suffering great injury, his physique being bruised and harm, and becoming hurt, sore and disabled,” his lawsuit states.

Tuzzollino’s attorney has questioned a Will County decide to problem a judgment in his client’s favor in excess of $50,000, as well as the costs for submitting the lawsuit.

So significantly, lawyers representing Hollywood Casino Joliet have still to file their response to very last week’s lawsuit.

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