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Elevator Accident Injury Lawyers-Defective Doors

Personal Injury | Elevator Accidents | Defective Doors | Rapid Closing Doors | Falls in Elevator Shafts

Though elevators are one of the great conveniences of modern life, allowing you to travel between floors in high structures with little difficulty and in significant comfort, they can also be dangerous if improperly installed or maintained. Many people suffer horrific injuries because of defective doors on elevators. If a door opens unexpectedly or closes too rapidly, you can be knocked down, get caught in a dangerous position, or fall into an elevator shaft. If you have been hurt because of the malfunctioning doors on an elevator, you want an experienced attorney to help you pursue the compensation you need to move forward with your life.

At Blackman Legal Group, we bring more than 35 years of experience to people who have suffered a personal injury, including individuals hurt because of defective doors on an elevator. Our lawyers combine knowledge and experience with meticulous preparation, carefully investigating every detail of your claim. We will fully explain the law and process, as well as your options and likelihood of success. As a result, our attorneys frequently settle personal injury claims at or above insurance policy limits, and we have obtained numerous judgments and recoveries in excess of $1 million.

Our phones are answered 24/7 and we have offices through California, Arizona and Nevada. Call toll-free 1-866-692-8126 for a free consultation. Se habla Español.

Personal Injuries Caused by Defective Elevator Doors

A frequent cause of elevator injuries is malfunctioning doors. A number of circumstances can arise, all putting you at risk for serious and catastrophic injury:

  • The elevator doors may close too rapidly, not allowing you enough time to get in or out of the elevator. In some situations, this can trap you between the outside door and an internal door or gate. It can also knock you down.
  • The elevator doors may open when they are not supposed to. External doors can open when the elevator is not there, exposing you to the risk of falling into the elevator shaft. The door may open between floors, also putting you at risk of injury.
  • The elevator doors may fail to open at all, trapping you inside an elevator

The injuries sustained in an elevator accident can be severe. We will help you recover for losses caused by any injuries, including sprains or strains, fractures, spinal cord or head trauma, and even the accidental death of a loved one.

Our lawyers take all cases involving elevator injuries on a contingency basis. You will only pay attorney fees if we recover compensation for your injuries.

Contact Our Offices Today! Our phones are answered 24/7 and we have offices through California, Arizona and Nevada. Call toll-free 1-866-692-8126 for a free consultation. Se habla Español.