Shopping Mall — Inadequate Lighting

Shopping malls can ultimately become huge, sprawling mazes with long corridors and dark hallways. It is crucial that mall managers carefully and regularly inspect all areas of the mall to ensure that there is adequate lighting, and the lights are being repaired when necessary.

The Manhattan attorneys at Keogh Crispi have over 40 years of experience in a broad array of personal injury and premises liability cases. We understand the challenges that follow suffering an injury. You might be facing lost wages, medical treatment, multiple doctor visits, physical therapy, and pain and suffering.

We can help you pursue every legal avenue and handle all aspects of your case to obtain the maximum compensation possible for your past, present and future losses and damages related to injury.

Poorly Lit Malls In New York City

Due to expansion and poor design, many malls and shopping centers are saddled with long, dangerous hallways. These corridors typically provide access to necessary areas such as restrooms, diaper changing stations or parking garages. When they are not adequately lit, these areas can become targets for criminal activity.

Several areas can be affected by poor lighting, including:

  • Restrooms
  • Hallways
  • Stairs
  • Parking garages
  • Large public areas

What Can You Do About Your Injury?

If you had an accident or were assaulted in a poorly lit area of a shopping mall or shopping center, you can hold the responsible parties accountable for negligence. A lack of security and adequate lighting can have disastrous effects on the safety of mall visitors.

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