Our client, a young man, suffered serious injuries, including a traumatic brain injury, as a result of dangerous conditions at a rehabilitative facility. He has been receiving ongoing medical care since the accident in 2011.
Our client, a truck driver, was making an early morning delivery to a fast food restaurant. It had recently snowed, and despite knowing that our client would be coming with the delivery, the restaurant manager did not make the sidewalks safe, and our client slipped on black ice and suffered a serious ankle injury requiring surgery. His condition worsened, and he ultimately had to have a below-the-knee amputation.
Our client was the mother of an 8-year-old boy who drowned due to dangerous conditions that existed on the property where they resided. The property manager/landlord had knowledge of the dangerous conditions on the property but failed to take any action to warn or fix the dangerous conditions.
Our client had just taken her mother to a medical facility, and she remained outside walking her dog while she waited for her mother. At the edge of the parking lot was an exposed piece of iron rebar that protruded approximately 10 inches, which caught her walking shoes and caused her to fall face first into the curb. She suffered serious injuries, including several facial lacerations and a fractured elbow. She also suffered disc protrusions in her spine.
We represented parents whose son was on a beer run at a convenience store when the security guard, despite express instructions to never engage anyone, tackled our client’s son, who went down and hit his head, suffering life-ending injuries.
While shopping with her family at the mall, our client slipped on a clear liquid on the ground and fell directly on her knee. She shattered her knee cap and required three different surgeries.
Our client was walking her dog through the courtyard of her apartment complex when she stepped into a deep hole that was unmarked and obstructed by grass. She suffered a broken ankle and had to have surgery to repair her ankle fracture.
Our client, an elderly woman, fell on the stairs entering her hair salon, sustaining a hip fracture. She underwent rehabilitation for almost three weeks. The stairs did not have a hand railing, slip resistant strips, or any paint on them to indicate depth.
Our minor client, an infant, suffered a skull fracture and other injuries after a dog knocked him out of a chair and onto the ground.
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