Pro Golfer thrown out of cart at Maryland National and breaks arm

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Emergency personnel arrived to transport him to Washington County Hospital Emergency Room. As the ambulance traversed the course, the construction personnel who were still on site approached. They asked what had happened and relayed to our client and his companions that the area was to have been blocked off from cart access; traffic for carts was supposed to have been diverted from the dangerous torn up ground. Negligence was based upon the failure to worn of the newly paved cart paths, the lack of signs, signals and/or verbal instruction.

The plaintiff was treated by an Orthopedic surgeon when he returned home to Virginia. Pins were placed in Virginia Trial Lawyer Doug Landau’s client’s left arm, which had suffered a fracture of the distal radius. The injury was slow to heal. He was advised by his Board Certified Orthopedic surgeon that his wrist injury was permanent.

Settlement was reached against the golf course, the construction compay and general contractor. ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd. in Herndon, VIrginia associated with the Law Offices of Ken Annis in achieving a favorable result for this client, who now lives in the MidWest.

Submitted by: Douglas K W Landau

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