Premises Liability/Slip and Falls
A premises liability claim may arise after an accident caused by unsafe property. Some common examples of incidents that may cause serious injury and give rise to a lawsuit are:
- Slips and falls
- Snow and ice accidents
- Bus accidents and other injuries on public transportation
- Railroad crossing accidents
- Toxic substance exposures
- Electrocution from exposed wires
- Building collapses
- Objects falling off shelves
- Lack of security resulting in assault or robbery
- Unsafe structures due to flawed architecture
- Elevator/escalator failure
A landowner, landlord or other users of property and buildings have a duty to keep the premises reasonably safe. If hazardous conditions exist, then the landowner or others can be subject to premises liability. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, Steve is eager to assist you in recovering the compensation you need to pay for injuries and wages or the loss of a loved one.
His colleagues, clinical professionals, and paralegals work together to pursue your case with prompt, professional and personal care. Our New York injury lawyers can help you understand your rights according to the laws governing property-based insurance for homeowners, renters and commercial entities. Contact Steve Foley Esq. today.
Some injuries present a simple legal case. Others create legal and technical challenges that call for the creative and experienced counsel of an attorney like Steve Foley Esq. He and his colleagues carry out a comprehensive case evaluation of the facts and circumstances associated with your accident. These dedicated professionals determine the extent of your entitlement to compensation for damages. Your compensation can pay for many losses, including medial costs, lost current and future income, pain and suffering, and personal property damage.
As a Premises Liability lawyer, Steve Foley Esq. has a long history of success at pursuing and recovering full financial recovery for his clients who have been injured through the negligence of property owners throughout New York State, Florida, Connecticut and Georgia.