Category: Slip Trip & Fall

7 Ways to Avoid Slip and Fall Accidents in New York City

Posted On October 25, 2022 In Slip Trip & Fall

If you have been involved in a slip-and-fall accident, you may want to take action against falling victim to these situations in the future. You may also be generally concerned about slipping and falling while on public premises for several other reasons, as New York City may feel dangerous and overwhelming at the best of times.…

Who is Responsible for Snow and Ice Hazards around New York State?

Posted On January 3, 2022 In Personal injury,Slip Trip & Fall

New York is known to see significant amounts of snow and ice in the wintertime. While the winter wonderland may seem nice at times, hazardous conditions can also endanger you and your family. It is a matter of public safety to prevent slip and fall accidents by timely and properly clearing snow and ice hazards from public sidewalks, parking lots, and other areas.…

Common Slip-and-Fall Risks During New York Winters

Posted On November 3, 2021 In Slip Trip & Fall

As we move into the winter months, the likelihood of slip-and-fall accidents increases by the day. Many New York residents and visitors walk or take public transportation to and from their destinations. The winter months pose various risks for those walking the streets due to the presence of ice and snow.…

What Type of Evidence Should I Gather for a Slip and Fall Claim? 

Posted On September 7, 2021 In Slip Trip & Fall

If you had to file a lawsuit if you or someone else were injured in a slip and fall accident due to someone else’s negligence, would you know what type of evidence to gather?

Slip and fall injuries are personal injuries resulting from the failure of a property owner or municipality to properly maintain their property.

What to Do After a Slip and Fall Accident

Posted On June 12, 2020 In Slip Trip & Fall

If you slipped and fell on someone else’s property, you may be entitled to financial compensation for your injuries. Under New York law, property owners owe specific legal duties to guests and other visitors, and they can be held liable when their breach of these duties results in injury or death.…