Slip and Fall

On a snowy morning, our client left her apartment building and walked on pavers that had been installed by the apartment complex to her car. The pavers were used regularly by residents and guests of the complex, but were not cleared of snow and ice or properly treated that morning. As a result, our client fell and fractured her right fibula and tibia. These injuries required surgery and a painful recovery period. When we could not obtain a fair settlement, we filed suit against the condominium association, the property management company, and two companies potentially responsible for snow and ice removal and treatment. The defendants moved to dismiss the case on the grounds that our client should not have tried to walk on the pavers, but we defeated that motion. After doing that, the case settled for $150,000.00 without the need for trial, which our client wanted to avoid.

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