$250,000 Settlement For Trip and Fall Accident

James A. Maggs, Esq. and Victoria J. Adornetto, Esq. of Maggs McDermott & DiCicco, LLC recently settled claims for $250,000 on behalf of a 36-year-old man who was injured after tripping and falling down a deteriorated staircase.

The Firm alleged that the fall was the result of a poorly maintained and decaying staircase behind a multi-family property in Asbury Park, New Jersey in October of 2017.  Our client, tripped and fell down the staircase sustaining injuries to his neck, lower back and left ankle.

$250,000 Settlement

Following several months of physical therapy and conservative care, our client’s treating physicians recommended surgery to his neck and left ankle.

Ultimately, Maggs and Adornetto were able to resolve the matter for $250,000.  This recovery will assist our client in paying his medical bills, as well as for his pain and suffering as a result of this incident.

The attorneys of Maggs McDermott & DiCicco have the combined benefit of over 100 years of experience in representing major corporations and institutions, numerous smaller companies, as well as countless individuals and families.  Practice areas are varied and include personal injury, worker’s compensation, physician practices, restaurants, employment agreements and general business matters, trusts and estates, and real estate.

If you have questions concerning trip and fall cases, or any other legal matters, please do not hesitate to contact our offices at 732-359-2551.  For more information about our personal injury practice click here.

*The accounts of recent trials, verdicts and settlements contained in this website are intended to illustrate the experience of the law firm and should not be taken as legal advice.  Prospective clients may or may not obtain the same or similar results as each case is unique.

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