Personal Injury Team Wins $800K Verdict for Client Injured on Trampoline
Personal Injury attorneys Pamela Nichols and Steve Coffey won an $800K verdict in Saratoga County Supreme Court for a client seriously injured on a trampoline. Suffering a severely fractured left foot from a fall, the injured woman, 53-years-old, would ultimately require four surgeries after the May 2012 incident. The case, heard before Judge Thomas Nolan, represents a significant victory as trampoline-related injury cases are exceptionally difficult on which to prevail.
“From gyms to backyards to indoor parks, trampolines are promoted for exercise and fun. But the serious injuries reported nationwide reveal a very real danger,” said firm Managing Partner Pamela Nichols who tried the case along with Steve Coffey. The verdict was featured in The Saratogian newspaper.
Pam is a fierce advocate for the rights of injury victims and their families. She is President of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association Capital Region Affiliate and is member of the American Association for Justice, also serving on the Board of its philanthropic arm Trial Lawyers Care. Our commitment to others’ well being is exemplified through our Firm’s affiliation with The Injury Board, a growing community of respected legal professionals, industry experts and consumer advocates whose goal is to improve the quality of life and promote safety by educating the public about potential dangers in our community.
When representing Personal Injury clients, we have a powerful weapon we bring to bear for every case: our reputation. O’Connell and Aronowitz is the law firm of choice for clients and referring attorneys in a variety of complex Personal Injury cases, including car accidents, medical malpractice, wrongful death, negligence, product liability and unsafe workplaces.
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