Injured Due To Someone Else’s Negligence? We Are Here To Help.
It can happen. You fall and suffer an injury when you are on someone else’s property. What are your rights? What should you do?
The accident may result from a “defective condition,” which may be an icy sidewalk, broken step or any one of numerous other problems. Under New York law, the liability of an owner or landlord is based on the duty to exercise “reasonable care” under the circumstances.
Liability is predicated upon ownership, control or what is known as a “special use” of the property. The liability lawyers at Anderson, Moschetti & Taffany, PLLC, are knowledgeable of the case law decisions that collectively provide the “rules” regarding the potential liability of the property owner or landlord. Some of the cases we handle include:
When property owners are negligent in maintaining their properties, innocent people suffer. Injuries can be serious and include:
- Brain and spinal cord injuries
- Fractures to the arms, legs, hips and more.
- Burns, lacerations and cuts injuries.
These injuries can have significant consequences. However, complications and lingering effects can increase their severity. We help clients obtain short-term medical care and compensation, but also advocate for their long-term well-being.
Call An Attorney Who Will Protect Your Rights
The attorneys at Anderson, Moschetti & Taffany, PLLC, have decades of experience in the litigation and trial of premises liability claims. We have the extensive knowledge necessary to help you if you fall on another’s premises. We will fight for your rights and obtain the compensation you deserve for pain and suffering, lost wages and medical bills. Call us today at 518-328-4486 for a free case evaluation, or contact us online.
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