Brooklyn College Theater Teacher Takes Tumble into Unprotected Stage Trough Resulting in a Fractured Right Wrist and $150,000 Settlement

May 9th, 2017

R.H., a middle aged theater teacher, was rehearsing in the theater for an upcoming production, when she fell into open water troughs at the side of a stage walkway. Unable to see, due to a dark theater, she did not notice that the stanchions, usually used to mark the end of the stage walkway, wereNew York Personal Injury Lawyers removed.

R.H. decided to speak with an attorney about one year after her accident. Thankfully, Hill & Moin were able to help R.H. and after litigating on her behalf, were able to present her with a $150,000 settlement for her pain and suffering, both past and future.

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