We obtained a $90,000 settlement for a client who fell at Rockefeller Center.
The client slipped on steps at the skating rink. She sustained a fractured ankle.
It had just rained, and the granite steps were unduly slippery due to the combination of rain and the treads’ wear over the years. Our expert opined that this combination made the steps unreasonably slippery as evidenced by his slip resistance meter.
We were able to settle the case despite the fact that the client did not hold onto an available handrail. Also, she was wearing flip-flops. Furthermore, Rockefeller Center’s expert opined that the steps were safe. The stairs met the building code when built in the 1930’s, and that the steps were not unduly slippery based on his own slip resistance readings.
We have had a number of cases at Rockefeller Center including falls in front of 30 Rockefeller Plaza (behind the statue in the skating rink), a restaurant in the basement, and service driveways.
If you have been injured in an accident at Rockefeller Center, please feel free to contact us for a free consultation at 800-581-1434 or write to email@example.com.
PRIOR CASE RESULTS DO NOT GUARANTEE A SIMILAR OUTCOME.