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$743,000 Awarded In Texas Personal Injury Case

A former BP security guard who tripped and fell, breaking both feet, when walking out of a portable toilet four years ago has been awarded $743,000 for her injuries by a Galveston jury, according to Galveston County’s The Daily News.

In 2005, the guard tripped outside the toilet near the BP chemical docks on a grate that she alleged was not installed properly. The woman alleged she suffered a permanent disability due to the accident and can no longer work as a security guard and is now driving a school bus.

Premises liability is one of the fastest growing segments of personal injury claims for both residential and business owners. Experience counts. If you have fallen and been injured contact the law offices of Scott C. Gottlieb & Associates, LLP at 1-800-825-5529 or visit our Web site. Our offices are located in Binghamton, Elmira, Rochester, Syracuse, and Watertown, N.Y. There is no case-review cost.

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