Heart Attacks In Public Places Videos
When heart attacks happen in public, a AED could save a life
Did you know someone who lost their life to a heart attack in a public
place? Could an AED have saved their life?
This is a niche area of personal injury law that Craig Goldenfarb spends
much of his focus on practicing. That's because it's a complicated
and "young" area of the law. AEDs, or Automated External Defribulators,
have only been required to be present by law at certain places, like Federal
buildings and sports arenas. It's not required everywhere.
But what if an AED was required in a building but was not there, or it
was there, but it was malfunctioning or deficient unbeknownst to the building
or property owner, and someone experiences a heart attack and dies? Terrifying,
isn't it? Is the building owner to blame for wrongful death?
Learn more about this area of law by watching the short videos below. And
because this is such a complicated area of law, if you know someone who
has died of a heart attack in public, you should consider contacting us
as soon as possible to review the details of your case.
Mr. Goldenfarb has handled AED personal injury cases all over the state
over the last few years, as this area of law has received more and more
Call 1-(561) 600-5605 or 561-697-4440 to speak with an intake specialist
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