Numerous slip and fall injuries occur and are reported each year. Many of these injuries result in very serious and life altering injuries. Slip and fall accidents typically happen due to the property owner's failure to reasonably keep the premises in safe condition. If you have been injured due to a slippery / wet floor, foreign object, hole / break, improperly lit stairwell, loose / uneven stairs, obstruction, or other defect or unsafe condition, please contact Long Island slip and fall attorneys with decades of experience as soon as possible.
Property owners and operators have a duty to keep their premises reasonably safe. For example, property owners / operators are responsible for fixing dangerous conditions on their property such as holes/ broken / loose stairs, flooring, and sidewalks. Property owners / operators are also responsible for removing dangerous obstructions and snow and ice from their parking lot, sidewalk, and paths. Property owners / operators are subject to liability if they knew or should have known of the dangerous condition(s) on their property. If you have been injured in a slip and fall accident, please contact our Long Island slip and fall attorneys with decades of experience immediately before your rights to recover compensation for your injuries expire.
Preserving evidence at the time of your accident can be very helpful to your case. Immediately taking photographs of your injuries, clothing, footwear, the area where the accident occured, the unsafe conditions, defects, and taking any other relevant photographs may prove extremely helpful to your lawsuit. Additionally, collecting witness contact information, filing an accident report, and preserving physical evidence can be crucial to your slip and fall lawsuit. Please contact a Long Island personal injury lawyer as soon as possible to preserve your personal injury slip and fall claims.
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Law Office of William L. Teitler
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Long Island City, NY 11101
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Melville, NY 11747
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