Detroit defective roadway lawyer files lawsuit on behalf of client who tripped and fell outside her sister's house on uneven sidewalk pavement. The lawsuit was filed against the City of Detroit. Our client sufferred injuries, including a fractured arm that required surgery.
If you or a family member have suffered injuries due to a trip and fall accident on uneven sidewalk pavement, contact ouf office now to discuss your legal rights. Call us at (800) 606-1717. Our Michigan defectvie sidewalk attorneys will start working on your case immediately and gathering the evidence to win your case.
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