Longtime USPS Employee Receives $450,000 Settlement After Slip and Fall on Black Ice

June 20th, 2018

45-year-old T.C. had been a United States Post Office employee for 25 years when she slipped and fell down icy stairs of a residence on her letter delivery route. Despite wearing her proper USPS regulated snow boots, the large patches of unsalted black ice on the building’s outdoor steps caused her to fall, tearing ligaments in her ankle and hitting her head as a result. Bystanders to the accident both heard and witnessed her fall and called an ambulance for T.C.

In the years since her fall, T.C. underwent surgery and suffered with back, leg, and ankle pain. She feels fortunate, however, to have connected with Hill & Moin after an internet search. She found the staff to be accommodating, very helpful and a firm where “everyone is pleasant.”

“Anytime I called, someone was available and answered all my questions, even if they didn’t know the answer they got back to me.”

Hill & Moin fought hard to reach a $450,000 settlement for T.C., with which she couldn’t have been happier.

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