Representation for Victims in NYC
The law requires that premises are maintained to a standard that is safe for those who use or visit them. This applies to private, residential, commercial and government premises and includes both indoor and outdoor areas. Where this law is violated, the party responsible for the premises - whether it be a landlord, manager, management company, or other - may be sued for damages. Examples of factors that may be grounds for a suit include:
- Slippery surfaces
- Uneven flooring or walking surfaces
- Holes in the ground or cement walking areas
- Obstructed pathways or exits
Poorly built or maintained stairs, escalators or
- Electrical hazards
- Dangerous chemicals
- Malfunctioning equipment
- Dangerous sidewalks
- Dangerous pets / dog bites
- Lack of security or insufficient security
- Lack of warning of hazardous conditions
If you have suffered in any of the aforementioned ways, then you should not wait to speak with a New York City injury lawyer at our firm. We are here to help you seek the compensation that you deserve as a wrongfully injured person.
Holding Property Owners Responsible
If you have been injured on another's property, contact us right away. Do not assume that there is no legal liability on behalf of the property manager; a lawyer experienced in such matters will be able to identify this where it exists. At HKD, we will act swiftly to determine the best course of action in your case, to investigate as needed and procure evidence to support your claim.
Our firm offers a free consultation so that you may have a chance to have your questions answered and find out how we can help you. We also work on a contingency fee basis, which means there is no cost to you unless and until your case won. Whether you have been injured in a swimming pool accident, at an amusement park or in a
trip & fall accident, our firm is prepared to help today.