A Firm Handling Georgia Escalator Injuries Since 1997
Serious and catastrophic elevator and escalator accidents are comparatively rare. When an accident occurs, who can provide knowledgeable legal help based on a practical, hands-on experience in handling these cases?
The Atlanta elevator accident lawyers of Watkins, Lourie, Roll & Chance, PC, have handled elevator and escalator accident cases, including serious injury cases involving falls down elevator shafts. If you need legal help following an accident involving an elevator, an escalator, a stairway or stairway handrails, we can help.
By law, elevators and escalators must be inspected regularly, and elevators, escalators and stairways must be maintained. When inspections and repairs are neglected, injuries may occur and building owners and managers are liable for injuries. Have you been injured because an elevator, escalator or moving walkway:
- Got stuck?
- Failed to appear when the doors opened?
- Stopped or speeded up suddenly?
- Had a wet surface?
Contact our attorney team. We have secured awards of approximately $10 million in several personal injury cases and recovered settlement and jury awards of $1 million or more in numerous other cases.
We can fully investigate your accident and claim, then prepare your case for settlement and trial. Our skill in handling personal injury cases is reflected by our highest possible rating with the lawyer-rating agency Martindale-Hubbell* and our inclusion on Atlanta Magazine's Super Lawyers list.
Contact A Premises Liability Attorney
For a no-charge consultation following an elevator, escalator or stairway accident, contact our firm at 404-760-7400. Serving clients throughout Georgia including Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, and Savannah.
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