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SPBMCC Partner Liza Milgrim Secures $440,000 for 93-Year-Old Slip-and-Fall Victim

On Sept. 2, 2022, SPBMCC Partner Liza Milgrim secured a $440,000 settlement for a woman who slipped and fell on ice outside a senior center. 

93-Year-Old Woman Suffers Injury After Slipping on Ice

In February 2022, a few days following a large snowfall, a 93-year-old woman was in a van owned by the senior center. When she arrived at the senior center, she slipped and fell on ice that was on the walkway, fracturing her hip and requiring open reduction and internal fixation surgery (ORIF).

The woman, who previously lived independently and was in good health, took a hard fall that changed her life completely. Not only did she need surgery to deal with her injuries, but she can no longer live independently and is forced to move into an assisted living center. 

Partner Liza Milgrim Secures $440,000 Settlement for Plaintiff’s Injuries Due To Negligence

SPBMCC Partner Liza Milgrim represented the plaintiff in this case and argued that the defendant was negligent and failed to maintain and inspect the property before inviting others onto it following the snowfall.  The case was settled for $440,000 to cover the woman’s damages for the injury and future care required. 

Learn More About Firm Partner Liza Milgrim 

Liza Milgrim handles some of Sullivan Papain Block McManus Coffinas & Cannavo, P.C.’s most challenging cases and has won her client’s maximum financial compensation for their injuries. Her work has resulted in several, multi-million dollar settlements in various areas, including premises liability, construction site accidents, and motor vehicle negligence. To learn more about firm partner Liza Milgrim, click here.

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