premisesliabilityslipandfallNew Yorkers have a reasonable expectation to be safe from danger and hazardous conditions at restaurants, retail shops, parking garages, and other businesses. Some property owners post signs indicating they are not responsible for injuries suffered on their premises.

The premises liability attorneys at Rosenwasser Law, PC consider this attempt to avoid liability to be unacceptable, and we hold property owners accountable for injuries that occur on their premises due to disrepair, dangerous conditions, and inadequate security.

Regardless of whether you live in New York or you were visiting New York, we can help you with your premises liability case.

Our team of personal injury attorneys has a successful track record of obtaining maximum compensation for people who were injured on private property due to dangerous conditions such as:

  • Slippery floors
  • Crumbling stairs
  • Exposed wiring
  • Uneven carpet or tiling
  • Lack of handrails or guardrails
  • Poorly lit stairwells
  • Absence of personal security in a parking garage or parking lot
  • Fire or locked fire exits
  • Malfunctioning escalators
  • Misaligned or improperly working elevators
  • Broken lock on apartment building entrances
  • Liability due to negligence

If property owners know or should have known about hazards or repair issues that have created dangerous conditions for patrons, the liability is increased due to the issue of negligence. To hold property owners accountable, our personal injury attorneys investigate the scene of the accident, interview any witnesses, review maintenance or repair records, and check video camera footage, if available.

To discuss your trip-and-fall, slip-and-fall, or any other type of premises liability injury, please contact us, so we can arrange a meeting for you with one of our New York premises liability lawyers. We can evaluate your circumstances, and explain your legal rights and the possible outcome for your case.

Our Orange County slip-and-fall accident attorneys represent all injury victims who live in, work in or visit New York.