Peaceful workout interrupted by construction mishap!
Working out's tough. It's hard to find the time, it takes a lot out of you, and most nights we'd all rather just flop on the couch and watch some good TV. So you'd hope at the very least that once you're in the middle of a workout, you'd be left alone! Unfortunately for one woman who was exercising in the Asphalt Green complex in NYC, a fluke construction accident changed her plans.
While stretching on a mat and minding her own business, a jackhammer's drill bit that had somehow been dropped from a nearby construction site crashed through the window of the gym, landing on her. Between the shock and the shattered glass that rained upon her, there's a lot of pain and suffering that she's endured through no fault of her own.
What makes this case complicated is the age-old question of "who's to blame?" In fact, the construction company and the city of New York jointly assumed responsibility for this accident, and apologized. An investigation was even opened up to understand why this happened, and determine whether or not it's safe to continue construction.
With so many moving pieces and so many powerful entities involved, it can be an intimidating prospect to get justice. After all, how can one woman stand up to the entire city of New York and ask for compensation for her pain, suffering and injuries? Logistically, most people wouldn't have any idea where to begin, and financially it wouldn't be an option regardless.
That's the beauty of Pre-Settlement Funding, and it's why we always tell people they don't have to suffer alone. We've seen it all, and know how to get you the justice you deserve. With a proper funding plan and a great attorney, there's no one who can intimidate you.
If you or someone you know is suffering, it's time for them to get justice. You can submit a quick application right now, give us a call at (866) 587-4320, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org - we want to hear from you, and would be happy to go over the unique details of your case.