Accidental Facial Injuries From Walking Into Glass Wall medical bills and expenses from the treatment and therapy as well as past, present and future pain, suffering, disability and any scarring, are compensable in Wisconsin. An owner of premises has a duty of care to others who use the premises. An owner is expected to exercise reasonable care in the maintenance of his or her premises. That duty includes the obligation to warn others of dangers that are not usually obvious to reasonable people in the same or similar circumstances.
What Are The Risk Places and Areas For Walking Into Glass Wall?
If you suffer as a result of sustaining Accidental Facial Injuries From Walking Into Glass Wall, you can file a claim for money damages against the owners and managers of the premises on which you were injured. A Wisconsin owner of premises has a duty of care to others who use the premises. That duty includes warning others about risks and dangers that are not obvious.
The absence of warnings to inform people that space is actually a stationary glass wall that will cause you harm and injuries if you walked into it, makes owners and or managers of premises responsible for any accidental injuries from walking into the glass wall. Below is a MTV Canada Video showing Old lady walking into glass.
Types of Injuries From Walking Into Glass Wall:
- Facial Injuries & Scarring
- Neck Injuries
- Broken Nose
- Nasal Injury
- Eye Injuries
- Broken Teeth
- Memory Loss
- Changes in feeling over the face.
- Deformed or uneven face or facial bones.
- Difficulty breathing due to swelling and bleeding.
- Double vision.
- Missing teeth.
- Swelling or bruising around the eyes that may cause vision problems.
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Accidental Facial Injuries From Walking Into Glass Wall require that you document every witness present, get their names and contact information. Take photographs of the glass wall or glass fixture you walked or ran into and make sure you show the immediate environment. Take pictures or a video showing how the space appeared to you from different distances as you walked or ran into it. Reporting the accident to management and or ownership and requesting an incident report be filed with a copy to you is a must. It is important to seek immediate treatment and examination.
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Accidental Facial Injuries From Walking Into Glass Wall are compensable. Embarrassment, Pain, Suffering, Medical Bills are items paid for. The Law Firm of Emmanuel L. Muwonge & Associates, LLC., represents glass wall collision victims.
If you or a loved one sustained Accidental Facial Injuries From Walking Into a Glass Wall in a Wisconsin accident, Call the Accidental Facial Injuries Law Firm of Emmanuel L. Muwonge & Associates, LLC., at (414) 933-4144 for your Free No Obligation Telephone Consultation.
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