|Published on: May 19, 2023|Categories: Recent Cases|
- Currently representing woman who slipped and fell on ice cubes thrown on sidewalk at convenience store. Client suffered severely broken ankle. Two insurance companies involved denied all responsibility. Suit is pending in Coos County Superior Court.
- Represented elderly female who slipped and fell on steps of commercial establishment, due to ice that formed on steps from melting and dripping snow. Client suffered severe compound fracture to her ankle. Case settled prior to lawsuit directly with insurance company for commercial establishment.
- Represented businesswoman who tripped and fell on sidewalk at discount store due to improperly placed clothes rack, and defectively designed and maintained steps. Client suffered severe knee and shoulder injuries. When discount store and landlord both denied liability, a lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire. Case settled prior to trial.
- Represented young male physician who slipped in icy parking lot due to careless maintenance and poor lighting conditions. Client suffered permanent disfiguring injury to elbow, affecting range of motion. A lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire. After significant discovery, an attempt to settle the case with the insurance companies at a court-supervised mediation session failed. Prior to trial, however, the case settled.
- Represented client from Rhode Island who tripped and fell at motel in New Hampshire due to defectively designed and maintained handicap access ramp. Client suffered severe lower leg injuries, including Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (“RSD”). A lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire. Case settled at a court-ordered mediation prior to trial.
- Represented client who tripped and fell due to cracks and depression in walkway within amusement park. Client suffered severe knee injuries and significant lost time from work as a result. Suit was filed in Coos County Superior Court, and case settled prior to trial during private mediation session.