Automatic/Revolving Door Injury Lawyers
Automatic doors utilize swinging or sliding motions, activated by a motion sensor or a pressure plate to open automatically. They are a huge help for those with disabilities who cannot open a door manually and for people hauling large amounts of things in their arms who are unable to grasp a door handle. Revolving doors utilize automatic rotating doors to more efficiently streamline people into the lobby. Both of these types of doors can cause serious injury if they malfunction.
Most Common Injuries
- Broken bones if a hand or foot is trapped in a door that closes unexpectedly
- Deep contusions or concussions from a door swinging out unexpectedly and hitting someone
- Lacerations to ankles, legs, or arms as a result of a door unexpectedly closing
If you or a loved one have suffered injuries from an automatic or revolving door, contact our team of lawyers at McEldrew Young Purtell today by filling out our form or calling 1-800-590-4116.