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While casinos on Native American lands face many of the same types of risks as other gaming facilities, there are some notable differences—including ones that result in lower losses.

Tribal courts may structure Workers’ Compensation laws differently from state parameters. For example, some casino managers on Indian lands have opened on-site clinics to offer care for minor on-the-job injuries, reducing the total cost of risk from Workers’ Comp, says John Bullock, president of Willis of Mississippi.

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