Serious Injuries Occur After Crane Collapses In Uptown Dallas
On Sunday, June 10, 2019, a fierce storm hit Dallas. Due to its severity, a tornado warning was issued. Wind speeds reached up 75 miles per hour, scattering debris across the city and leaving many without power.
The storm also caused serious injuries. Elan City Lights, an apartment complex in Uptown Dallas located at 2627 Live Oak Street, Dallas, Texas 75204, was left devastated after the storm. High wind speeds led to a construction crane collapsing on the apartment complex next door. One person was killed and six were seriously injured by the crane. Additionally, the crane collapsed on the parking garage to Elan City Lights causing significant damage to many residents’ cars. Residents of the complex were allowed limited entry to obtain belongings or even pets.
If you or someone you know has been seriously injured, or suffered property damage because of the crane collapse, please call us immediately at 214-720-0720. You are not alone.
What you need to know.
There is a statute of limitations period by which an individual must file his or her lawsuit within a set time period from the date of the event resulting in injuries. In Texas, that statute of limitations period is two years from the date of injury.
Our investigation is continuing so we have the most current information available to help you recover for your damages. Please call us at 214-720-0720 for a full update on what we know.
Let us help you. The law firm of Sommerman, McCaffity, Quesada & Geisler, L.L.P. is currently accepting clients who were seriously injured or suffered extensive property damage as a result of the crane collapse in Uptown, Dallas on June 10, 2019.