Lawsuits Filed over Faulty DIA Escalators
Several lawsuits have been filed over alleged escalator malfunctions at Denver’s International Airport which resulted in serious injuries. According to court records, several lawsuits have been filed against the City and County of Denver and KONE Corporation, the company responsible for escalator maintenance at DIA, claiming that escalators in the airport suddenly stopped, causing fall injuries. One lawsuit claims that an escalator near the Boulder Beer Tap House malfunctioned 28 times before a fall injury occurred. There have been a total of five lawsuits filed against the city since 2008 involving faulty DIA escalators.
Escalator accidents often cause serious injuries that may require surgery and cause extreme emotional trauma to loved ones who witness the accident. When the injury is caused by negligent maintenance of the escalator, injury victims deserve compensation for all of their physical pain, emotional trauma and financial losses. If you were injured due to an escalator malfunction at DIA or anywhere in Boulder, an experienced personal injury attorney can help you get compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, physical pain and emotional suffering. Don’t delay! You must file a lawsuit before the statute of limitations expires. Call 800-873-3202 today!
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