Rosemary Ann Cseh (64) was killed in a house fire on Sunday night on Darian Drive according to . When the fire department arrived, the fire was well underway, and the property damage was in excess of $4,500. The Lexington County Coroner determined that Ms. Cseh died of carbon monoxide poisoning at the scene.
Although the cause of the fire is still under investigation, fire fighters did discover that there were not any working smoke detectors in the home.
In some instances, tragedies are unavoidable. But in those instances where injuries or even death are the result of negligence or an avoidable accident, people often find themselves needing the assistance of a lawyer in order to seek compensation for their injuries. The personal injury attorneys at the Goings Law Firm are experienced in navigating the world of insurance companies and litigation and may be able to offer you assistance in seeking compensation. Speak with an attorney of the Goings Law Firm, LLC in Columbia, SC today by calling (803) 350-9230 to learn more about your options.
Dozens of people were confirmed to have sustained injuries in a recent Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa concert held in New Jersey, and they have already taken legal actions against the two famous rappers and a company responsible for organizing the event, an article of NBC News reported on August 25.
According to reports at least 17 of the 42 injured persons have filed a lawsuit on August 24 due to allegations that the rappers and Live Nation were negligent in the railing collapse accident during a concert on August 5 held at BB&T Pavilion in Camden. Authorities told reports that concertgoers were encouraged by Snoop and Wiz to move forward to the elevated platform. In an uploaded video clip, the two rappers were seen starting their performance just moments before the stage fell. Live Action told reports that they were already cooperating with authorities, who had “secured” the perimeter where the accident took place.
Unfortunately, many people are left permanently disabled after sustaining injuries in hazardous premises. However, if this happens to you or to a loved one in Columbia, the premises liability attorneys at Goings Law Firm, LLC may possibly help you get remunerations if negligent parties are involved. Call our office today at (803) 350-9230 to learn more about your legal options.