Elevator Injury Lawyers Jay Ruane, Robert, and Brian Sullivan
ElevatorInjuryLawyer.com is a website of the law firms of SullivanInjury.com and RuaneAttorneys.com committed to helping victims of elevator and escalator accidents throughout the USA. In many cases, elevator and escalator accidents result in injuries to people using these machines. In addition, these accidents are usually not the fault of the passengers. Instead, the manufacturing company, the installation team, the owner of the equipment, or the maintenance team might be to blame.
When this is the case, it means that someone else is at fault for your injuries. We believe it is unfair for the victim of an accident to be responsible for paying their own medical bills when someone else is at fault. For this reason, we fight for our clients to recover compensation in accidents that were not their fault.
Our strong team of attorneys will work both on the personal injury aspect of your case, as well as the ins and outs of elevator and escalator accidents. We can guide you through the process and help you make the right decisions for your situation.
On this website, you can find more information about how elevators and escalators work. This can help you understand what may have gone wrong in the accident that injured you. This will also help you understand who might be at fault for the accident. You can also find information on this site about common types of injuries and why they might occur on an elevator or escalator. Finally, you can learn more about about the personal injury process. We want to give you the tools that you need to understand the personal injury process and help you understand your case.
If you would like to file a personal injury case, please contact our office. We can answer any questions that you have and advise you on how to proceed given the specifics of your situation. Our team of lawyers have successfully negotiated settlements that help you get paid for your injuries and have the resources to live the life as close as possible to that you had pre-injury.