Q: Injured on owners property-suffering from post concussion syndrome. Please help, not doing well.
Owners were to be completed with a mother in law suite upon our moving in. We signed paid our lease. This accident occurred 1 day later. They had a utility truck on the property for an additional week. It was unlocked, no safety on this... it opened & pinned me between the utility door & brick building. It took 2 men to lift this off me (100-200 lb possibly more of door). . I was unconscious & 2 days later head bleed. I’ve been to neurologist 4 times-I have post concussion syndrome. Headaches, no balance, short time memory loss. It has changed my life & turned it upside down. I’m afraid I’ll never get back to normal. Three people were with me & I was told I am lucky to be alive. I’m on disability for extreme RA pain since 2013. I’ve turned very anxious, little sleep & horrific nightmares & unstable in 4 months. What do I do? I’m so depressed....
A: If you have not already done so, the incident needs to be reported to the land lord as well as the owner of the utility truck and a request made for their insurance company. You should also consult with an attorney so you may provide more details to see if the attorney can assist you.
A: Haven't you called a personal injury attorney to schedule a free consultation? If not, why not?
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