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When you enter a retail store or other building to conduct business, there is no way to tell whether the doors are defective. As a casual visitor to the business, you wouldn’t know. Building owners and managers are responsible for removing hazards that put their customers in danger of injury. If you have been injured by a defective door, chances are the business owner was aware of the problem and failed to do anything about it.
The Robinette Legal Group, in Morgantown, West Virginia, is a personal injury litigation firm with more than 10 years of experience litigating insurance claims involving premises liability accidents, such as defect door injuries. For the first several years of our firm, we were highly successful insurance defense attorneys, fighting to protect our corporate and insurance clients from paying out excessive settlements and jury awards for frivolous lawsuits.
Since we now represent injured persons, we recognize that our lawyers’ skills and knowledge of insurance claims are better applied to helping innocent victims of negligence obtain the money they need for medical care, lost earnings and pain and suffering caused by the accident.
In addition to seeking compensation from the property owner, the door manufacturer may also share liability for injuries. Defective residential garage doors injure or kill hundreds of people in America every year.
We have experience representing clients in all types of premises liability and product defect injury and wrongful death claims, including:
If you have been seriously injured because a business owner failed to replace or repair a defective door, talk to one of our attorneys right away. Wherever you are in West Virginia, call us toll free at 866-552-6091 or contact us by e-mail to setup a free consultation.