Woman Killed in Skiing Accident

A skiing accident at Big Bear claimed the life of a young woman over the weekend. According to the San Bernardino County authorities, 21-year-old Natalie E. Altieri was killed on Saturday when she was skiing at the resort. Altieri had run into a metal stairway and was transported to the hospital by ambulance. Unfortunately, she died at the hospital soon after the accident. Altieri was from Canton, Ohio and a college student at the University of Cincinnati. The accident is being investigated by authorities.

Accidents that occur on property owned by another party could be grounds for a premises liability case. Slip and fall accidents, dog bites, food poisonings, and drownings are a few examples of premises liability accidents. Property owners must maintain a safe environment to ensure the safety of any person that enters the premises. Individuals that are injured will likely incur medical expenses, lost wages if time off work is required, and mental anguish. To recover compensation for those damages, those injured must consult an experienced premises liability attorney.

The St. Louis personal injury lawyers at Meyerkord & Kurth have over 100 years of experience handling accident cases. Our attorneys will plan and execute a strategy most effective to obtain justice for your case. While insurance companies may attempt to offer you compensation that is less than you deserve, we will fight to recover the maximum compensation for your damages. We value our relationships with our clients and look forward to helping you through this chapter. If you have been injured on another party’s property, contact us today.

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