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We recovered $1.1 Million in a construction negligence case for a tradesman who suffered a broken toe and herniated a disk in his low back, when he tripped and fell over an electrical conduit stub-up during the construction of a high-rise building. We were able to establish that, due to the construction technique being used there were an unusual number of mechanical stub-ups protruding from the poured concrete floors of the structure. We showed that the general contractor and the electrical contractors knew that these stub-ups presented a hazard to the tradesmen on the job and that they failed to act to reduce the substantial risk of harm until after our client was injured.

As Posted By Attourney Evan Hughes @ http://www.evanhugheslaw.com/representative-cases/

Lauren Shepherd