The Law Offices of Adrian Crane, P.C.
Falls from Balconies and Landings
Many people are injured and killed every year from falling off of balconies and landings.
They are often the result of a structural defect. Some of the causes of structural defects are:
- Improper workmanship of railings and protective structures,
- Improper use of structural components and railings,
- Inadequate design of railings and protective structures,
- Railings that are not properly anchored,
- Missing vertical rails, weakened or corroded railings that have not been maintained,
- Materials such as railings and protective structures that are poor quality or defective and
- Construction methods that are unsound.
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Falls from balconies and landings usually result in severe injuries such as subdural hematomas, brain concussions and other traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, fractured and broken bones, severe contusions and fractured skulls. Paralysis, permanent brain injury and death often occur. Even a fall from a low height can leave the victim unable to work for months and cause them to incur high medical bills.
If you or a loved one has suffered any kind of fall from a balcony, landing or stairwell which was caused by the negligence or recklessness of another, you owe it to yourself and your family to hire an attorney who specializes only in representing injured victims. Contact an attorney at The Law Offices of Adrian Crane by calling 972-325-0044 or by contacting us through the case evaluation form located on this website.
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Attorneys associated with The Law Offices of Adrian Crane handle cases across the state of Texas. Our principal office in North Texas is in Dallas however we are happy to welcome cases from anywhere in Texas, regardless of where you live or where the accident took place.