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Who is Responsible for the Accident?

Elevator accident injuries can happen in any building or construction site where elevators are operated.

elevator buttonsThere are generally three main parties that can be held responsible for an elevator accident. The first is the manufacturer of the elevator or manufacturer of parts used in the elevator operation. For example, if someone is hurt or killed in an elevator accident because of the failure of a faulty part, the manufacturer of that part can be liable if they had prior knowledge that that specific part had failed in the past. The second party that can be held responsible is the service company that does the safety inspections of the elevator. If an inspector does not complete a thorough inspection or fails to report worn parts and an elevator accident occurs, the service company has to take responsibility for putting people at risk. The third party that can be held responsible is the property or business owner that owns the building and elevator. If a landlord fails to have the required safety inspections on time and an accident results, they can be held liable for injuries and damages caused in the elevator accident.

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Call the Phoenix Elevator Accident Attorneys at The Husband and Wife Law Team Today

If you or a family member has been hurt in an elevator accident, you should consult an experienced Phoenix elevator accident attorney. Your Phoenix injury attorney can do the necessary research and investigate what factors played a role in the accident. You may be entitled to monetary compensation for your injuries and losses from negligent parties involved. Phoenix personal injury attorneys Mark and Alexis Breyer of the Breyer Law Offices, P.C. have an excellent track record in recovering damages for injury victims and their families. Call today at (602) 267-1280.

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