A Hoboken woman has won her personal injury case against the N.J. city.
Hoboken, N.J. (WiredPRNews.com) – A woman was recently awarded damages in her personal injury lawsuit against the City of Hoboken, New Jersey. As reported by The Jersey Journal, Rose Perry, 61, was awarded $121,000 in damages for a slip and fall accident in 2007.
As noted in the report, Perry sustained a broken arm after falling in the basement of Hoboken City Hall. Her attorneys alleged dangerous conditions within the building were significant contributors to her fall and subsequent injuries.
Attorney Charles F. Kenny of LoPiano, Kenny and Stinson, who represented Perry in the case, is quoted in the report as stating of the ruling by Judge Edward O’Connor in the Hudson County Superior Court, “Rose Perry is pleased with the reasonable award in this matter… She pursued Hoboken to take the steps to ensure other innocent people aren’t injured in that area and that it be fixed or closed to the public.”
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