slip/fall new york
UPDATED: May 24, 2009
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slip/fall new york
water,no caution cones,maintenance admitted to me and manager he knew where water came from but hadnt cleaned it. injuries-complete tear medial meniscus,hamstring insertion damage,peroneal and sural nerve damage and(dont know what this means)100/140 disability on bending knee.also there was a witness. what is the potential for this case?thank you
Asked on May 24, 2009 under Personal Injury, New York
M.D., Member, California and New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 13 years ago | Contributor
Sounds as though you have a solid case here.
How much it is worth however it hard to say. Obviously you will get any out-of-pocket costs for medical bills, plus any lost wages. And clearly there has been pain and suffering. But there are several factors that come into play here. For instance, what kind of work do you do? Will you be able to return to that work? Will you be able to return to work at all? I know that there is some type of disability, is it permanent?
Personal injury settlements can get involved and can be tricky. You need to speak with an attorney about this. For a case of this type an initial consultation is free.
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