Our firm has over 40 years experience in holding companies accountable for injuries caused by entities that neglect to provide a safe environment. Contact us today and let our legal team help you pursue a claim for your injuries.
Premises liability encompasses all manner of falling or injuries that occurs on someone else’s property. For example, if the entrance to a store was icy and the employee failed to put down salt, the customer may have slipped and fallen on the ice. That customer has cause to file a premises liability lawsuit. Other accidents that may qualify as premises liability include slipping and falling on a slippery floor, trip-and-fall accidents, ceiling falls, electrocutions, poisoning and asphyxiation from chemicals, and various other causes.
Holding negligent parties responsible
Our legal team has a successful track record in premises liability lawsuits. We handle cases for injured clients due to the negligence of business owners, property owners and/or maintenance companies. We will be able to provide you with a free consultation so you can determine whether you can receive compensation.
Injuries caused by negligent property ownership can lead to a lawsuit against the property owner. Whether you are a visitor to a restaurant or shop or residential building, you may be eligible to file a premises liability lawsuit. You can also sue for injuries caused by defective equipment such as hand rails on steps.
A premises liability lawsuit may involve any number of scenarios, including the assault of a visitor or employee, the failure to provide adequate security, or the release of toxic fumes or chemicals.
If you were injured in a premises liability accident, you should seek medical attention as soon as possible. Prompt medical attention can help you recover more quickly from the injuries caused by negligence. Visiting a doctor as soon as possible also provides a medical claim that will benefit your liability claim. Be sure to gather as much evidence on the incident as possible.
The medical expenses you incur due to a premises liability claim depending on the severity of the injuries. The more serious the injuries, the more medical care that is required, the higher the compensation you can claim.
Your injuries may require medical care for the rest of your life; the defendant will be responsible for paying all future medical bills related to the injury.
Getting the proper legal representation is essential to ensure that you are compensated fairly and receive justice for your injuries. If you have been injured by the negligence of another party, call our office today.
Our firm can help you navigate the legal system and reap significant compensation. We can also gather evidence, including photographs and witness statements. We can even take your case to trial if necessary.
Suppose you’ve suffered an injury on a property you are leasing. You may be eligible to file a claim for damages. While landowners aren’t responsible for every accident, they have a legal responsibility to make their property is as safe as possible. If they fail to do so, they could be held legally responsible for the injuries and medical bills and any lost wages that result.
Here is how a lawsuit against a landlord goes:
First, the injured party must prove that the defendant was negligent in causing the injury. The injured person must provide medical records and testimony from an expert witness. In addition, the plaintiff must show that the defendant failed to follow the standard of care. The standard of care of the premises is essential in determining whether the injuries are compensable or not. Punitive damages, designed to punish a defendant for egregious behavior, may also be awarded.
A—Any visitors, guests, and even trespassers can be covered in a premise liability event.
A—The amount of compensation you are entitled to can vary due to several factors. These factors include:
A—The following are covered:
A—Yes, we do. Please contact our office to schedule an appointment for us to review your case. If you are unable to come to us, we will come to you. To schedule a Free Consultation, fill out the consultation form or call us at: (718) 790-4743.
If you were or are injured due to a defect in a building or a neglected maintenance issue, contact us today to schedule a FREE Consultation on your case and allow us to fight for you!
With thousands of attorneys in NYC, choosing the right one may feel overwhelming. That’s why we invite you to learn more about us and see the results we have had with cases like yours before making a decision.
We have achieved millions of dollars in verdicts and settlement for our clients. We handle the legal processes of your injury case so you can focus on healing.
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We are conveniently located in the heart of the Bronx, New York, providing quality legal representation throughout the state. We have almost 40 years of experience representing victims of slip, trip and falls, auto accidents, medical malpractice and premises liability cases.
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