Negligent Security

Negligent Security

Jeff Peraldo represented a wheelchair bound special needs child who sustained serious facial and other injuries when a teacher's aid caused his wheelchair toflip forward and crash into a street curb. The child suffered facial fractures and an arm fracture. The case settled pre-suit for $187500.00.

From 2012 to 2015, James Faucher and Jeff Peraldo represented the family of a special needs child who was injured by another student when school staff failed to properly supervise the other student. The minor client suffered a broken leg and required 3 surgeries. James and Jeff filed suit against the school board where the student attended school. The school board initially denied any responsibility. James and Jeff filed suit and obtained key admissions from school staff. The case settled for $214,000 on the eve of trial.

Jeff Peraldo represented the estate of a young man and father who was shot and killed in the parking lot of his apartment during an apparent failed robbery attempt. The complex denied liability and litigation was necessary. Discovery, case investigation and expert witness opinions established the complex was a high crime area and that lighting was bad despite numerous repeated promises of repair. The case settled at mediation for a confidential amount.

Jeff Peraldo represented the estate of a security guard who was shot and killed while working at a local adult establishment. The owners of the club denied any liability and litigation was necessary. The case investigation and expert opinion showed the club to have been a very high crime area with very poor lighting. The case settled at mediation for a confidential sum.

 

 

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