The client fell and broke her shoulder when she tried to open the door to exit a restaurant. The investigation revealed that a partially rolled rug had blocked the door on prior occasions, making it not reasonably safe.
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The client fell over the side of his truck when the defendant’s employee swung the client’s container to where the client was standing. The client sustained a concussion and fractured his ribs and shoulder.
The client was a passenger in a vehicle when it was rear-ended by another vehicle. The client was later involved in another rear-end accident in less than three months. The client sustained knee injuries and soft tissue injuries to neck and back.
The client was crossing a five-lane street and was struck in the center turn lane by a vehicle. The driver contended that the client was wearing dark clothing and walked in front of the vehicle. The client suffered wrist fracture that required surgery and reconstruction.
The client’s vehicle was rear-ended by the defendants’ dump truck. The client sustained soft tissue injuries to her back and neck and suffered from anxiety while driving.
The client was walking in a restaurant’s parking lot, slipped and fell on snow covered ice. The client fractured a wrist and required a surgery.
The client was playing tennis in a city park. The city’s employee hit a rock while mowing the grass, causing the rock to fly up and strike the client’s hand. The client sustained three fractured fingers.
The client’s vehicle was rear-ended by another vehicle. The client suffered am aggravation of lighting up of a pre-existing lumbar disc herniation and ongoing injuries to his neck and upper back.
The client’s vehicle was rear-ended by another vehicle. The client sustained herniated and protruding disc injuries.
The client’s vehicle was rear-ended by an uninsured driver. The client was an elite golfer who sustained an upper and low back strains, resulting in 5% permanent impairment.