I suffer from daily migraines because of an incident at my daughters dentist office nearly 3 years ago., my sister also worked there at the time so I never pursued the issue in fear of her loosing her job. The office is in Gilford,NH and filled with all kinds of cool things to make the dentist a fun memorable visit for the kids. One of the attractions is a big train that goes around almost every part of the office at the top of the wall, so you look up and a giant train is chugging its way around the dentist office traveling the perimeter of each room, high enough so no one can touch it, just see it. We were getting ready to leave all of a sudden it felt as if the ceiling collapsed on my head, I was putting on my daughters jacket at the time so I was slightly bent forward. My vision went blurry and started to black out and my immediate reaction was to shove my daughter forward because I didn’t know what had come down and how much more was going to fall. My instinct to protect her is the only reason I did not completely black out. The train had somehow dislodged itself from the track at the exact place and moment I was standing in the room. I was embarrassed, in shock and pain
There is a 3 year statute of limitations on your claim so if you are going to pursue a claim you only have 3 years from the date you were injured to file a lawsuit in court.
You should consult with an attorney in your area who practices personal injury law without delay or you will be forever barred from pursuing your case.
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