Christina v. Sheraton Hotel: R.S.D. Case
Hotel Settles With Woman Who Sustained R.S.D. After An Accident for $1+ Million
Julie Christina was attending a conference at the Sheraton Hotel in Universal
Studios. She went into a telephone booth to call her office and the seat
on the booth collapsed, causing her to strike her back on portions of
the metal seat and telephone framework. Over the next several months,
Ms. Christina developed Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD), a rare disorder
which causes intractable pain. The plaintiff brought suit against the
hotel and telephone company.
Biren Law Group retained the leading experts on R.S.D. and established
that the accident and the trauma had likely induced the RSD and that plaintiff
was totally disabled as a result. The case was successfully settled for
$1+ million by our team.
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