Responsibility for maintaining safety on private and public properties rests with property owners and municipalities, respectively. Premises liability claims can be filed against property owners who neglect to maintain reasonable safety standards at personal homes, stores, and city- and state-owned properties (including sidewalks and parks).
Our New York personal injury lawyers have more than four decades of experience handling premises liability claims and will fight on your behalf to obtain a favorable outcome. If business or property owners were negligent in maintaining the safety of their buildings and grounds, they may be held accountable for any injuries you sustained.
By law, New York property owners and business establishments have certain legal duties to visitors and patrons; any person injured as the result of dangerous conditions on a property may pursue personal injury compensation by filing a lawsuit. When property owners ignore this duty, or otherwise allow hazardous conditions in public areas to exists or remain, they may be held liable for any injuries sustained as a result of such negligence.
If you or a loved one was injured due to unsafe conditions in a bank, department store, restaurant, grocery store, hospital, construction site, apartment building or any other public access property, you may be eligible for compensation to cover your pain and suffering, past and future lost wages, and medical expenses.
Our attorney’s handle lawsuits against public and private entities in premises liability cases all the time. We provide top-quality, attentive service to each of our clients, and your case will be personalized to your specific needs and the conditions of your case should we choose to handle it.