Louisville Elevator/Escalator Injury Lawyers
Elevators and escalators must be routinely maintained to ensure that they will be safe to use. In many cases, responsibility for this kind of maintenance falls under the purview of the person or group that owns the property on which the elevator or escalator has been constructed. Bearing that in mind, property owners can be held financially liable for the catastrophic results of any elevator or escalator accidents that occur as the result of their negligence.
At the Sampson Law Firm, our elevator/escalator injury attorneys understand that it may be difficult for you and your family to work through the legal process right now, but it is important to remember that this will be your best opportunity to recover compensation for the pain and suffering you have needlessly endured. When we do get your case underway, our legal team will be right there to support you each and every step of the way.
Claiming Compensation for Elevator/Escalator Injuries
You have every right to assume that the elevators and escalators present in a public or private building are well maintained and safe for you to use. Unfortunately, if you’ve suffered an elevator or escalator injury because of dangerous property conditions, you now know all too well how frequently misplaced this faith can be.
If you’ve suffered an injury because of a dangerous elevator or escalator, our attorneys at the Sampson Law Firm are here to help you pursue compensation for any and all of the following:
- The bills for your medical and rehabilitative care
- The amount of income you lose during your recovery
- Any diminishment to the overall quality of your life
Though all of this may seem overwhelming right now, know that our dedicated, experienced legal team will be here to support you and help you aggressively pursue the compensation you need for the pain and suffering you’ve been forced to endure.
Consult with an Elevator/Escalator Injury Attorney in Louisville
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident involving an elevator or escalator, you may be able to pursue compensation from the responsible property owner for the losses you’ve experienced. To speak with a premises liability lawyer at the Sampson Law Firm about the circumstances of your accident, please call our Louisville offices at (502) 584-5050 to set up a consultation.