Consult a local atty asap. Photos etc need to be taken before the hole is filled. Cases agfainst public entities have short time reqts. If this is a public school, short time reqts may apply. Your daughter may have claim for med expenses, wage loss, pain and suffering etc. These can be very bad fractures with life long consequences.
Terrible injury = consult with local and qualified personal injury attorney(s) asap. If public institution could be extremely short filing requirements.
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Check for a medpay policy and consult with a local attorney to investigate a potential personal injury case.
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The owner or occupier of the premesis may be liable . However , this depends on a variety of factors . Gerenerally , under Arkansas law, the owner/occupier has a duty to keep the premesis in a reasonably safe condition. You should immediatly consult with an attorney so that pictures of the scene can be taken and other evidence preserved.
A hole is a defect/dangerous condition to which the property owner could be held potentially liable. Find a lawyer with a low contingency fee, less than 30% with no costs deducted, so you get the lion’s share of the settlement, not your lawyer.
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