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Allentown Wrongful Death From Fall in Livingston Building Hamilton Street
An Allentown wrongful death accident took place when a 5-year-old fell from the Livingston Building on Hamilton Street on March 19, 2019. The fall victim was taken to St. Luke’s Hospital for treatment of her Allentown personal injury. From there she was transported to Lehigh Valley Hospital – Cedar Crest Blvd., where the Lehigh County Coroner pronounced her Allentown wrongful death. The Livingston Building fall took place around 6:45 p.m. The Allentown Police Department responded to the scene of the Hamilton Street fall from heights. There is no word as to whether the Allentown Livingston Building Apartments are fitted with window gates to prevent Allentown fall injuries or Lehigh Valley premises liability injury.
The Lehigh Valley personal injury attorneys at the Trapani Law Firm would like to pass along our thoughts and prayers to all family members and friends affected by this Livingston Building Hamilton Street Fall. Our Allentown accident attorneys recommend immediate medical treatment after any personal injury accident in order to prevent any long-term Lehigh Valley personal injuries. We recommend treatment at a local Lehigh Valley hospital when available.
Each year, people are injured across the Lehigh Valley, in accidents that occur when premises are not properly maintained. If you or a loved one has been injured while visiting a business, home, Allentown apartment building, or any other type of premises, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Our Allentown personal injury accident lawyers are happy to meet you in Allentown City or the greater Lehigh Valley PA.
Injuries can happen anywhere and at any time. Apartments, stadiums, grocery stores, hotels, pools, elevators, malls, and even in the office. Severe injuries, such as brain injury, spinal cord injury and amputation can be the result of an unsafe premises. When a premises liability accident occurs, the owner of the building, house or business establishment can be held responsible for the damage caused. Additionally, the owner’s premise liability insurance policy may cover the accident. Allentown premise liability accidents include falls from heights, inadequate security, porch or railing accidents and improperly gated apartment windows in Allentown PA.
Regardless of the type of accident, premises liability actions provide recourse against the property owners, landlords, or security companies who are liable. If a property owner had knowledge or warning of a premises defect such as a broken handrail, defective lock, broken light or broken window gate and you or a loved one has been injured or suffered an Allentown wrongful death as a result, you may be entitled to compensation. Call our experienced Allentown premises liability attorneys today for a free consultation.
MATTHEW C. TRAPANI
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