Elevator accidents may seem rare, but they are actually a fairly common occurrence.
Some of the most common types of elevator accidents are:
A person’s bodily injuries after an elevator accident vary depending on the severity of the accident. The most common injuries resulting from an elevator accident are:
In an elevator accident injury, some of the potential damages that you can receive compensation for are:
If you are injured in an elevator accident, you can file a personal injury lawsuit against the liable party or parties. Possible liable parties can include:
It can be difficult to determine which parties are liable for the accident. We recommend speaking to one of our elevator accident injury lawyers to help you determine the negligent party.
Getting stuck in an elevator is not uncommon. In most cases of elevators getting stuck, there usually are no bodily injuries. However, if you were stuck in an elevator and suffered emotional or physical harm, you may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit.
If you suffered emotional distress due to the defendant’s negligence, then you are considered a direct victim of negligent infliction of emotional distress.
If you or a loved one have been injured in an elevator accident, we invite you to contact our office at (310) 943-1171 for a free consultation with a Los Angeles elevator injury lawyer. Our attorneys will help you determine the liable party and proceed accordingly.
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