Injuries in Public Places

Our Proactive Personal Injury Attorneys Are Here For You

We will represent you in a slip-and-fall accident or in an assault that arose because of negligent security. Our law firm has mastered the New York codes and standards governing premises-related accidents. Keogh Crispi, P.C. has won many substantial verdicts and settlements in New York City premises accident cases.

We have successfully represented clients injured in department stores, restaurants, grocery stores, banks, hospitals and other buildings open to the public. We know how to maximize compensation for past, present and future losses and damages in the most complex of cases, which every case eventually becomes when it comes up against tough defense lawyers.

What Is Premises Liability?

Premises liability is a very large area of law, which falls under the category of personal injury. If you have been injured while on the property of another person, because of the negligence of the owner or property manager, you may have a premises liability case.

Premises injuries may occur in many places, including

If you have suffered an injury due to the negligence of another party contact us at 212-518-2417. Our attorneys are ready to help you right away.

Property Owners Have Obligations To Keep Visitors Reasonably Safe

Under the law, grocery stores must clean up spills quickly, commercial buildings must fix stairs or railings that are damaged or defective, and shopping malls are required to provide adequate security for customers. Not doing so is careless and negligent. You may have a case for substantial recovery compensation.

While there are many different types of premises liability cases, slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall are the most common. In a slip and fall scenario the victim may slip on a wet area on the floor causing injury. In a trip and fall the victim may trip over stairs, debris, or uneven pavement causing injury. In the event that a property owner fails to protect people on the property they may be liable under New York law.

Property owners have a legal duty to keep their buildings and surrounding premises in reasonably safe condition. If you are injured in an unsafe building or a structure, you deserve to be compensated for the damage done to you. Likewise, if you are attacked because of negligent security in a building or parking garage, you are entitled to receive damages.

Put Our Reputation, Skill And Knowledge To Work For Your Case

Our experience, dedication and history of substantial money awards are what your case needs for success. Call us for a free consultation and case evaluation at 212-518-2417. There is no fee unless we recover money for you.