The apartment roof is directly across the fence from my deck. I am even with their roof. There has been several complaints about the roofing being in bundles on the roof for over 2 years.
I have and abrasions to my cornea. I also have vision issues, pain and limited daily living. I hope my vision is not permanent damaged. I have called the managers several times and they will not respond to me. Are they responsible.I have several pictures of roof next door, roofing pieces that hit me and my injury. I wanted to add that I have and appointment to see a specialist for my eye. And there was no roofing company, the managers who are also related to the owner were putting on the roof and just never finished it. It remained untouched for over two years. There a six complaints with the city code alliance. They have been warned and are under investigation and fines for not finishing the roof. Among other code violations.
In addition to the advice given by my colleagues you should be evaluated by an eye specialist immediately.
You should schedule a meeting with a personal injury attorney. Consultations are free and they are paid on contingency fees, meaning no costs up front and you don't have to pay unless and until they recover damages for you. This is an interesting case. I need more information to definitively tell you if you have a case. However, it sounds like a premises liability case where the other party had warning of the dangerous condition but did nothing to remedy such. Additionally, this could fall under another theory of liability as well since you were never on their property. Consult with a personal injury lawyer to find out more.
Agreed, Contact a PI lawyer above and go talk to them. File an insurance claim with the other roofing company.
Obviously, the most important thing is for you to get better and concentrate and that first and foremost. I think you may have a case if you can show the apartment building owners were on notice from the complaints you mentioned. Whoever you consult may also want to look at suing the roofer. I wish you the best. I can't imagine how frustrated and upset you must feel.
They might be responsible. I would love to look at pictures or see this in person. It sounds like a very unique situation.
Any local personal injury lawyer can review to photos and investigate. Avvo has a great lawyer finder tool to locate an attorney close to your home. Good luck.
It certainly sounds as if there are good facts to support a negligence claim. The insurer is likely to try to deny fault, but a good attorney will know how to investigate the facts and make the most of them. I suggest that you call any of us who practice in the Clark County area for a free consultation.
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