A CASE STUDY IN DANGEROUS PROPERTY AND INJURY: SECURING COMPENSATION FOR TORN KNEE LIGAMENTS

James Law Group specializes in seeking justice for victims of dangerous property related injuries. In this case study, we detail how our legal expertise secured compensation for torn knee ligaments sustained during an unloading incident involving a flatbed 18-wheeler.

The Incident

Our client suffered torn knee ligaments while unloading a flatbed truck due to a hazardous condition covered by debris. Despite efforts to determine ownership, records failed to establish responsibility for the poorly maintained flatbed.

THE LEGAL BATTLE

Overcoming Denial: Our Investigation Unravels the Truth about the Dangerous Property Case

For over a year, the trucking company denied liability, disputing that our client’s injury occurred on their truck. However, our investigation uncovered crucial evidence: a historic winter storm delayed the truck’s delivery, contradicting the company’s claims.

Achieving Justice

Securing a $60,000 Settlement: Our Dedication Pays Off

With a clear explanation for the paperwork discrepancy, James Law Group successfully negotiated a $60,000 settlement for the dangerous property dispute. This victory underscores our commitment to holding negligent parties accountable and obtaining fair compensation for injury victims.

MOVING FORWARD

Advocating for Safer Environments: Empowering Change

This case emphasizes the importance of maintaining safe property conditions and ensuring accountability for property owners. If you’ve been injured due to dangerous property conditions, our experienced attorneys are here to provide dedicated legal representation.

Learn more about our attorney’s and how they can advocate for you. Contact James Law Group today.

 

Summary

While unloading a flatbed 18-wheeler, the client stepped through a weak part of the flat bed that was covered by debris. The incident tore ligaments in the client’s knee, requiring surgery.

Records could not establish what company owned the poorly maintained flat bed. The delivery that was believed to be responsible for the injury was scheduled to arrive and unload the day before the injury occurred.

After more than a year of the trucking company insisting that the truck that the client was injured on could not have been their truck, James Law Group was able to prove that, because of a historic winter storm south of Missouri, the truck in question could not have made its delivery on the date in the paperwork. Once there was a clear explanation as to why the paperwork said the truck in question was a day late, James Law Group was able to secure a $60,000 settlement.

 

This post is meant to be a guide, not legal advice.

 

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