Broken bones, nerve injuries, and burns resulting from deck collapses often lead to significant medical bills.
Builders and landlords must follow specific codes and safety regulations to properly construct and maintain porches and decks. When landlords or leasing companies bend or break rules and a deck collapses, people may be seriously injured or killed. Injuries happen not only from the height of the fall, but also when furniture, grills, and other items fall on victims during the collapse.
Deck collapses happen for a number of reasons:
If you or someone you know is injured in a deck collapse, seek medical care immediately and call us to protect your rights. Take photos of the scene, but refrain from repairing the deck until our investigators can inspect it. We also recommend that you do not communicate with builders or landlords until we connect.
The team at Neff Injury Law has recovered millions of dollars for people injured in deck collapses. Our firm understands the rules and regulations required to hold builders and landlords responsible for their negligence in designing, building, repairing, and maintaining decks.
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