76 Year Old Russian Woman Injured During Blackout Caused by Storm at Camp for World War II Survivors in Upstate New York

May 26th, 2016

R.A., a 76 year old Russian woman, and World War II survivor, was spending time at Berkshire Hills Emanuel Camp/Adult Vacation Center. A large storm was approaching, and as common practice for the camp, they shut down all electricity. The camp would usually provide patrons with candles, but on this night did not. R.A. awoke from her sleep to use the restroom, and in the darkness, tripped and fell over a rug.  As a result of her trip and fall on the bathroom rug, R.A. suffered a fracture of the left wrist.

With help, R.A. was able to get in contact with the attorneys and Russian speaking staff of Hill & Moin, who worked with her to help her obtain a settlement for her present and future pain and suffering. R.A. says of Hill & Moin, “Hill & Moin was excellent. There was never any problem. The staff was always punctual and attentive to the client.”

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