Slip-and-fall cases – also known by their more general term, premises liability claims – sometimes get a bad name. Many people wrongly assume that only people with minor injuries file lawsuits against private property owners or the municipality for sidewalk accidents and other incidents.
The truth, however, is that so many people file slip-and-fall claims because they suffer serious injuries due to someone else’s failure to maintain premises in a safe condition. They shouldn’t have to shoulder the cost of expensive medical care, missed work and other financial burdens on their own. An experienced lawyer can help them get fair compensation for their injuries. At StolzenbergCortelli, LLP, our experienced personal injury attorneys fight for what our clients deserve.
If you suffered serious injuries, our White Plains slip and fall lawyer is available for you. Call for a no-fee consultation. If we take your case, we will only accept attorney fees if we recover compensation for you.
Many retail store accidents and other accidents caused by a property owner’s carelessness involve one of two central issues:
This means that people may have cases for situations such as a store owner failing to clear snow and ice from walkways during the winter, or a landlord refusing to fix cracked staircases or sidewalks, or the owner of a shopping mall failing to provide adequate lighting in a parking lot that then becomes vulnerable to crime.
Every claim comes down to the strength of the underlying legal arguments. Where an experienced lawyer can help – and where our experienced trial attorneys shine – is in developing strong cases when a property owner’s fault has contributed to a client’s injuries. Using aggressive litigation and negotiation tactics, we help our clients recover compensation for:
Email our firm or call to speak with an experienced White Plains slip and fall lawyer about your serious injuries. Your initial consultation will be free and confidential. For more information about premises liability cases, find answers to FAQs.
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