Premises Liability Cases
Plaintiff sustained injuries to her arm, hand, wrist and shoulder, when an unsecured OUTDOOR UMBRELLA fell on her during a sudden wind gust. Since Plaintiff worked as a MASSAGE THERAPIST, she claimed that the injury prevented her from working in her field in the future.
Plaintiff TRIPPED AND FELL in defendant’s store and sustained multiple lacerations to his hand and legs. Plaintiff claimed EMOTIONAL DISTRESS and PTSD following the fall.
SLIP AND FALL at plaintiff's place of business with no workers' compensation insurance. Plaintiff sued property owner for failure to maintain premises in a reasonable condition. Plaintiff sustained fractures to ankle with complications during recovery.
TRIP AND FALL in store on barrier in aisle. Plaintiff claimed that complications of injury resulted in development of CRPS (CHRONIC REGIONAL PAIN SYNDROME)