TRIAL LAWYER ROBERT J. MONGELUZZI CALLS FOR MORATORIUM ON CONCERTS AT CAMDEN CONCERT VENUE AFTER MORE THAN 40 FANS ARE INJURED IN PAVILION RAILING FAILURE.
Noted Philadelphia lawyer handled similar case in Philadelphia resulting in $1 million-plus settlement for injured West Point Cadet
Philadelphia, PA -(August 6, 2016) – Robert J. Mongeluzzi, Esq., of Saltz, Mongeluzzi & Bendesky, P.C. is urging that the operator of the BB&T Pavilion delay its concert schedule until authorities determine what caused Friday night’s railing failure that resulted in injuries to 42 spectators. “Railing collapses at concerts occur because they’ve either been: improperly designed, poorly maintained, or due to a lack of or lax security personnel.”
He said the most recent tragedy appears almost identical to what occurred in 1998 at Philadelphia’s Veteran’s Stadium (long demolished) during the Army-Navy Game when a cadet almost died in that disaster.” Mr. Mongeluzzi filed a personal injury-negligence lawsuit in the case that settled before trial for $1.05 million. Media wishing to discuss the present or past cases – or any related structural failures – can contact him at email@example.com or 215.850.6571.