Justice in America – Pamela Matckie’s Story

Falls are consistently the leading cause of injury-producing accidents.

They account for more than 1 million injuries each year in the United States.

Why is the cause of so many of these falls?

Dangerous & Hazardous conditions.

Dangerous conditions such as torn carpeting, changes in flooring, poor lighting, narrow stairs, or a wet floor can cause someone to slip and hurt him or herself inside a building.

Other instances of slip and fall accidents can occur when people trip on broken or cracked public sidewalks, or trip and fall on stairs or escalators.

In addition, a slip and fall case might arise when someone slips or trips and falls because of rain, ice, snow or a hidden hazard, such as a pothole in the ground.

There is no precise way to determine when someone else is legally responsible for your injuries if you slip or trip.

Each case turns on whether the property owner acted carefully so that slipping or tripping was not likely to happen, and whether you were careless in not seeing or avoiding the condition that caused the accident.

Today, the ‘Justice in America’ Network TV Series goes behind the headlines in this new Network TV Special “Justice in America -Pamela Matckie’s Story”, and how Massachusetts trial Lawyer Joe Borsellino, @ Joseph C. Borsellino Law

got Justice for his client Pam Matckie, after she slipped and fell at the New England Patriot’s Gillette stadium, On June 26, 2010

When the Kraft businesses, the Event Owners and operators, of the Great American Food Festival forced food tent users to walk on the dangerous boards throughout the event.

Pam’s arm was so severely injured her surgeon, testified that she suffered a complex humerus fracture.

It was later proven in court that Kraft took ‘shortcuts’, when it came to safety in this event, which is why the Jury entered a resounding Verdict for Pam of $ 450,000.00 plus interest totaling $ 670,298.00.

Today we will meet with Joe and some of Pam’s dearest friends to discuss the case and remember her for the wonderful, caring, hardworking, talented Chef that she was. It was her dying wish that Joe and her friends tell her story, which is why our news team is on location today in Boston Massachusetts.

You can contact Joe Borsellino at Joseph Borsellino Law https://www.cmdjcb.com/ or 781 329 9500