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Nearly every building uses automatic electric doors to create an easy entrance for people. From hotels to gyms, to grocery stores, to department stores — these automatic doors are installed to help people entering and leaving the establishment. Unfortunately, the amount of wear and tear that these doors suffer leads to mechanical failure.

If you or a loved one suffered a significant injury due to a broken or defective automatic door, contact our firm for a free consultation and case evaluation at 212-518-2417. We are available 24/7.

We Maximize Your Compensation For Injuries

At Keogh Crispi, our lawyers have more than 40 combined years of experience in New York City representing injured clients in premises liability cases. Through careful examination and thorough preparation, we strive to develop a strong and effective case strategy.

Our goal is to recover the maximum monetary compensation you are owed in your specific situation. By working with engineers and investigating the history of the liable establishment, we will aggressively represent you through negotiation or trial.

Automatic Door Accident Causes

At Keogh Crispi, we have represented clients involved in a wide range of accidents, involving several factors, including:

  • Electric sensor failure
  • Faulty wired components
  • Door not opening fast enough
  • Door not opening at all
  • Door closing too quickly
  • Customers tripping over raised door transition

Store managers and property owners have a duty to monitor, maintain and repair motorized doors. Many elements of these doors can malfunction and cause serious injury.

  • If the door does not open on time, a consumer might walk directly into the glass.
  • If the door closes too quickly, the consumer might trip and fall face first onto a paved surface.
  • If store management does not maintain a baseline level of safety, many people can get seriously hurt.

Schedule a free consultation with an attorney at our office to learn more about your options for monetary recovery. Our lawyers are experienced and determined, with a history of success and a multitude of satisfied clients.

Please call us at 212-518-2417, or fill out our online form for a prompt response. There is no fee unless we recover money for you.

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Keogh Crispi

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New York, NY 10175

Phone: 212-518-2417
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