New York law makes it clear: property owners, landlords and managers have a legal responsibility to make sure their buildings and grounds are kept reasonably safe for customers, residents and visitors on the property. That means that any known hazards and dangerous conditions must be repaired, removed or marked off from public access in a reasonable amount of time. Failure to do so means that any party injured because of the dangerous condition may sue for personal injury damages.
These types of cases — known as premises liability claims — are often difficult to prove and win. Property owners are quick to cover up evidence, and property insurance companies are quick to blame the injured party for not using common sense. Winning a full and fair settlement or trial verdict in court means preparing and presenting the strongest case possible to prove the injury, the liability and the damages owed.
The Law Offices of Mark E. Weinberger P.C. in Nassau County, has a proud record of helping the injured protect their rights in personal injury claims related to property owner negligence.
Our premises liability lawyers’ experience in claims related to an unsafe or defective property condition case involves:
From our offices in Rockville Centre, our attorneys represent clients in premises liability cases throughout the five boroughs and Suffolk County, New York. Call us at 516-855-3715 or use the email contact form to request a return call to schedule a free consultation. No attorneys’ fees unless we recover money on your behalf.
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