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Woman Killed in Home Elevator Accident in Texas

Tragically, on Friday a woman died as a result of an elevator accident in Crystal Beach, Texas.  According to news reports, two women were in an outdoor home elevator when as the elevator ascended, the exterior door struck the underside of the home’s deck causing the women to spill out of the elevator, falling approximately 15 feet to the ground below.  Suffering a significant head injury, one of the women tragically died.  At this time, it is unclear what caused the elevator door to become ajar, whether it was a mechanical failure or human error.

Unfortunately, elevator accidents like this happen all too often. Having represented multiple families and individuals around the country who have lost loved ones or suffered catastrophic injuries as a result of elevator accidents, Cash Krugler Fredericks is all too familiar with these types of elevator accidents.  Sadly, these tragedies are almost always preventable and are regularly the result of the manufacturer’s negligence, the property owner’s failure to properly maintain the elevator, or failures of those tasked with inspecting and servicing the equipment. Through our handling of these cases and our efforts in fighting for improved safety standards, Cash Krugler Fredericks knows all too well the design defects and service issues that commonly plague elevators, as well as the affordable steps that could often prevent these types of tragedies.

Nationwide Elevator Accident Lawyers

If you or a loved one were seriously hurt in an elevator accident, contact the lawyers at Cash Krugler Fredericks for a consultation about your case. Let our experienced elevator accident attorneys handle your case while you and your family focus on healing and recovery.

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