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Compensation for a Ceiling Collapse Injury

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Several people were injured when the ceiling of the Korean Union United Methodist Church, located in New Jersey, collapsed and fell on top of pews during Easter Services on Sunday April 5. According to NBC Local News, there were no fatalities.

There are many causes for ceiling collapses. They may have become too heavy over time. There may be a leak. The landlord or owner may have neglected the issue. Ceiling collapses can cause serious injuries:

  • Brain injury
  • Broken bone or fracture
  • Back and Neck injury

Trauma to the head can cause blood build up which is dangerous because this puts pressure on the brain tissue. The brain tissue is very delicate and this compression can be fatal. The severity of a broken bone or fracture may be discovered over time. After the treatment of these broken fractures, you may discover that additional medical attention is need in order to fully heal this injury. Contacting a personal injury lawyer is necessary because they are knowledgeable in areas of the law that will help you receive the compensation you deserve for your injuries. Some cases may be hard to prove and that's where they will be able to assist.

If you have suffered a ceiling collapse injury, you should seek medical assistance. Your next step should be to contact a personal injury lawyer in NYC. A personal injury lawyer can help explain the facts and laws related to these type of incidents. They can guarantee you are compensated for any expense you've accrued as a result of your accident.

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