We Represent People Injured In Slip-And-Fall Accidents
What if you were in a New York grocery store and shopping, and you walk down the aisle and suddenly slip and fall, injuring your back and neck. When you finally get up, you see a broken bottle of pickles in the aisle. A pool of pickle juice was on the floor and that is what you slipped on. The store owner should have promptly cleaned up the spill. They could be held liable for not doing so and for your resulting injuries. This is just one scenario, which is under the category of slip, trip and fall.
The Bagley Firm, P.C., represents clients who have been injured due to this type of negligence. Call our New York office for a free consultation with a slip-and-fall attorney about your case at 718-705-7999.
What Kinds Of Things Cause Slip-Trip-And-Fall Cases?
Many things can cause injury and may result in payment for medical expenses and other expenses. These kinds of accidents can also occur in many places and in many situations such as:
- Grocery store spills in aisles
- Untended slippery sidewalks
- Department store displays
- Debris posing a tripping hazard
- Newly washed or waxed floors
- Defective walkways, sidewalks, escalators or roadways
Our lawyer also represents clients injured in other accidents on someone else’s premises such as:
- Dog bites
- Falling off ladders
- Tripping on stairs
If negligence caused your injuries, you could also be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering for your injuries.
What Is Negligence?
Negligence is when someone has acted carelessly and, as a result, this carelessness causes injury to someone else. In general, shopkeepers and store owners have a duty of care to provide a safe environment for their customers. When that safe environment is compromised and the store owner could have prevented it, they are said to be negligent. As a result, they could be held liable for your injuries.
Not Sure If You Have A Case For Negligence?
It’s always a good idea to seek experienced legal advice in these situations. Call us for a free consultation about your injury at 718-705-7999. You can also explain your situation via email using our online form. We return calls and emails 24/7. Our attorney can help you determine if you have a case for negligence.