Lawyers for a severely injured harness driver say Harrah's Philadelphia long ignored dangerous track conditions before their client's crash.
The allegations come in a legal complaint filed Monday over the November crash at Harrah's racetrack in Chester, Pa.
Lawyers say that 31-year-old Anthony Coletta of Hudson City, N.J., suffered brain damage and other injuries when a horse in front of him stumbled, throwing him from his cart.
They fought the casino operator to inspect the racetrack before the upcoming season. A judge granted Coletta's attorneys access in February.
Harrah's lawyer Larry Kelly says he has not seen the complaint and has no immediate comment.
Harrah's is owned by Caesar's Entertainment Corp.