Responsibility of homeowners, landowners, business owners, and/or their management companies to comply with safety standards in the premises and territory entrusted to them. When they fail to do so and their failure to act results in accidents, they can be held legally liable for any injury victim received.
Suppose you are injured on someone else's property. In that case, several key points will determine if you have a reason to claim compensation, which are:
1. There is a contractual or implied obligation to comply with safety measures.
2. Negligence or unlawful action by the owner/manager has resulted in injury.
3. The owner/manager was notified about the hazardous condition or had a reasonable time to detect it.
4. It must be proven that the injury was caused by a hazardous condition.
If you believe you may be a victim of an accident, you should call our office for a free no obligation consultation at 1 (718) 942-5100. Remember a successful case can mean a substantial award, and this could only be achieved with an aggressive and experienced attorney who will fight for your rights. Do not delay call our office today!