Public School Cafeteria Worker Awarded $350,000 For Wrist Injury After Fall Down Stairs Caused by Protruding Stairwell Railing

April 17th, 2019

After completing his daily shift as a public-school cafeteria worker, D.A. took some of the leftover food from his job to his friend’s home. On the night of D.A.’s accident he had stopped by his friend’s home in an apartment building to pick up his Tupperware. Unfortunately, D.A.’s friend was not home. On D.A.’s way down the apartment building stairs from his friend’s home the left jacket sleeve cuff on D.A.’s arm caught onto a protruding stairwell railing which caused D.A. to lose his balance and fall down the stairs. Because of the fall down the stairs D.A. injured his right wrist.

D.A. was placed in contact with Hill & Moin by another attorney. Despite hard-fighting defense counsel, the skilled attorneys at Hill & Moin never gave up and obtained a $350,000 settlement for D.A.’s pain and suffering. D.A. was impressed by his legal representation at Hill & Moin and looking forward, will refer injured accident victims to the firm.

With this settlement D.A. has plans to not only help his children in South Carolina but also hire a contractor to restore a house he owns there.

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