Abraham & Associates, P.C. Win $5 Million Verdict for Injured Roofer

Abraham & Associates, P.C. represented a 22 year-old roofer who was working on a residential construction site in Kingston, MA. He had been working atop ladder staging, when one of the supporting ladders sank into the ground, causing our client to fall 20 feet. He suffered multiple fractures to his dominant wrist, sacrum and pelvis, as well as a herniated lumbar disc and mild shoulder injury. Due to the extent of the injuries, our client had to be air-lifted to Mass. General Hospital, followed by substantial recovery time at Mt. Sinai Rehabilitation Hospital.

Our team of personal injury attorneys were able to prove that the construction site was improperly supervised by the contractor, as a running garden hose was allowed to soak the ground which the ladder was positioned over.

The $5 million verdict was one of the largest in Plymouth County history, and was the fourth largest injury verdict in Massachusetts for 2008.

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