Did you trip / slip and fall on a slippery / uneven / cracked surface? The owner of the property where you slipped / tripped and fell is liable for your injuries. If this surface was not properly maintained and was a potential hazard, then the owner of the property could be liable for the incident. Loose handrails, lack of proper “Wet Floor” cautionary signs, broken/cracked sidewalk as well as construction zone safety code violations can all result in debilitating slip and fall injuries. Homeowner’s insurance or property liability coverage is there to pay for your medical bills, any needed physical therapy and lost wages if you can’t return to work.

Have you been injured due to a slip or trip and fall accident on someone else’s property? If so, don’t automatically assume that it’s your own fault or that nothing can be done about it. A property owner is required to keep his property in a reasonably safe condition. Unfortunately, many property owners fail to repair hazards such as cracked sidewalks or uneven surfaces that may cause someone to trip and get injured. Additionally, many property owners fail to provide adequate warnings about wet or slippery surfaces. If you or someone you know has been injured due to a slip or trip and fall, you need to talk to a Coney Island personal injury attorney to get you the compensation that you deserve.

Levitsky Law Firm PLLC 

Not every Brighton Beach Personal Injury Lawyer has the training and experience necessary to successfully litigate your personal injury case. A slip and fall accident can result in serious injuries that may cause you to have medical problems for the rest of your life. Don’t take chances with your slip and fall case.

Please contact our personal injury lawyers in Brooklyn to assist you in your claim.

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