My question involves an injury that occurred in the state of: Arizona
About a month ago my mom and I went to a casino on the Indian reservation, as we were walking through the parking lot there was a concrete wheel stop in front of the first parking spot (for motorcycle parking only), it was painted yellow but I remember thinking as I was stepping over it that it seemed higher than normal, I turned to warn my mom to be careful but it was already too late she had fallen face first right on top of it! She hit her arm and face so hard that by the time she lifted her head she already had a knot the size of a of golf ball over her right eye. The security officer and medic were there pretty quickly, and immediately put cold packs on both her eye and arm, and they wanted to call an ambulance but she refused. So they had her sign a refusal to treat form, and a couple of other forms but didn't say what they were for.
I did talk her into going to the emergency ward because she is on blood thinners and she wasn't sure if she could bleed into her brain or not. Within an hour and a half her face was completely back and blue. She had a cat scan and x-rays and everything was o.k., but it took 2 weeks before she could move without too much pain.
So my question is... do you think that the casino could be held liable?