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You use them on a daily basis, yet what’s lurking around or underneath stairways? Is the concrete starting to crumble, is a railing about to give way, or are those wooden steps rotting from within? You may not think about it much, but stairways can pose a great injury risk. Issues such as improper lighting, obstructions, ice, water and cleaning substances can all lead to stairways becoming an injury risk. Damaged and uneven stairways will also pose a risk and it is someone’s responsibility when you use the stairways in question. Unlike many accidents where there is heavy equipment, vehicles or dangerous items involved, stairways are a part of simple, everyday life, yet can do just as much damage if not taken care of properly. Injuries sustained from stairway accidents often involve body parts such as legs, knees and ankles that affect your day-to-day living. What is the cost of that loss? Who is liable? Leave that to the personal injury lawyers at Tully Rinckey. If you are wrongfully injured by the neglect or ignorance of someone in a stairway accident, rest assured that Tully Rinckey will get to the root of the problem and look to get you relief from your injury.
Our Albany personal injury attorneys offer free initial consultations to potential clients, so we can meet and discuss your case in person. If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury due to a stairway incident, call Tully Rinckey today at 1-888-529-4543 to set up a free meeting to discuss your case.
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