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New York Premises Liability Attorneys

Protecting Your Rights

If you've suffered injuries due to falls, dog bites, or criminal attacks on someone else's property in New York, you deserve unwavering legal support. Premises liability holds property owners or occupiers responsible for accidents occurring on their premises. However, merely sustaining an injury on someone else's property doesn't guarantee a case. To secure compensation, specific elements must be proven.

Understanding Premises Liability Claims in New York

Premises liability claims hold property owners or occupants accountable for providing a safe environment for visitors, customers, or tenants. To succeed in a premises liability lawsuit in New York, these elements must be established:

  1. Lawful Presence: You must have been on the property legally, either invited or with implicit permission.
  2. Negligence: The property owner must have been negligent in addressing unsafe conditions and failed to rectify them or provide adequate warnings.
  3. Causation: The owner's negligence must have directly caused your injuries.
  4. Damages: Your injuries must have resulted in tangible harm and losses.

Visitor Classifications in New York

Previously, visitors in New York were classified as invitees, licensees, or trespassers. However, New York now assesses a property owner's duty based on the foreseeability of a visitor, regardless of their status. Nevertheless, recovering damages while trespassing can be challenging unless malicious intent can be proven.

Common Premises Liability Accidents

Premises liability encompasses various accidents, including slip-and-falls, trip-and-falls, dog bites, swimming pool accidents, ceiling collapses, inadequate security leading to assaults, and more.

Why Legal Representation Matters

Successfully navigating a premises liability claim hinges on proving the property owner's negligence. This involves demonstrating their knowledge or should-have-known status regarding hazards. Moreover, property owners may hastily perform repairs upon learning of an injury to eliminate evidence. Seeking legal counsel promptly is crucial to ensure a thorough investigation and preservation of evidence.

Contact The Case Handler Team

If you've sustained serious injuries, don't delay seeking legal assistance. Contact The Case Handler team at 212-608-3734 for dedicated advocacy in your premises liability claim. Let us fight for your rights and the compensation you deserve.

If you've suffered injuries due to falls, dog bites, or criminal attacks on someone else's property in New York, you deserve unwavering legal support. Premises liability holds property owners or occupiers responsible for accidents occurring on their premises. However, merely sustaining an injury on someone else's property doesn't guarantee a case. To secure compensation, specific elements must be proven.

Understanding Premises Liability Claims in New York

Premises liability claims hold property owners or occupants accountable for providing a safe environment for visitors, customers, or tenants. To succeed in a premises liability lawsuit in New York, these elements must be established:

  1. Lawful Presence: You must have been on the property legally, either invited or with implicit permission.
  2. Negligence: The property owner must have been negligent in addressing unsafe conditions and failed to rectify them or provide adequate warnings.
  3. Causation: The owner's negligence must have directly caused your injuries.
  4. Damages: Your injuries must have resulted in tangible harm and losses.

Visitor Classifications in New York

Previously, visitors in New York were classified as invitees, licensees, or trespassers. However, New York now assesses a property owner's duty based on the foreseeability of a visitor, regardless of their status. Nevertheless, recovering damages while trespassing can be challenging unless malicious intent can be proven.

Common Premises Liability Accidents

Premises liability encompasses various accidents, including slip-and-falls, trip-and-falls, dog bites, swimming pool accidents, ceiling collapses, inadequate security leading to assaults, and more.

Why Legal Representation Matters

Successfully navigating a premises liability claim hinges on proving the property owner's negligence. This involves demonstrating their knowledge or should-have-known status regarding hazards. Moreover, property owners may hastily perform repairs upon learning of an injury to eliminate evidence. Seeking legal counsel promptly is crucial to ensure a thorough investigation and preservation of evidence.

Contact The Case Handler Team

If you've sustained serious injuries, don't delay seeking legal assistance. Contact The Case Handler team at 212-608-3734 for dedicated advocacy in your premises liability claim. Let us fight for your rights and the compensation you deserve.

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