A deck collapsed near Allentown PA leaving ten individuals with personal injuries on July 14, 2018. The collapsed deck was attached to a townhouse on the 1800 block of Georgia Drive in Whitehall PA. Whitehall police along with Macungie and Cetronia ambulances arrived to the premises liability accident scene. Ten individuals were transported to local hospitals with injuries. Thankfully, no one is in critical conditions. It seems as though there may be some broken bones as a result of the Allentown premises liability accident.
Our Allentown personal injury lawyers recommend that anyone who suffers a personal injury in a premises liability accident or deck collapse accident immediately seek medical treatment. Minor back injury and neck pain can lead to serious Lehigh Valley personal injury if not treated. Please see a doctor as soon as you can. Afterwards, call an experienced Allentown accident lawyer to help guide you through your legal options. The Trapani Law Firm is here to help and all of our consultations are completely free of charge.
Time is of the essence in cases of premises liability. It is imperative that you preserve as much evidence as possible in order to successfully file a premises liability lawsuit. Our Lehigh Valley premises liability lawyers will immediately contact a private investigator in order to gather and preserve any and all evidence. Each year, people are injured across the Lehigh Valley, in accidents that occur when premises are not properly maintained or improperly built. If you or a loved one has been injured while visiting a business, home, apartment, or any other type of premises, you may be entitled to compensation for your personal injuries. Call our Allentown premises liability attorneys today for a free consultation.