Suffered a Slip & Fall Injury?
Retain Our Long Island Slip & Fall Injury Lawyers
Premises liability is the responsibility that falls on a landowner in the
event that an injury has occurred due their negligence. That means when
an individual slips and falls on another’s property, they may be
able to prove premises liability. This takes the skill of a well-versed
and seasoned legal advocate, which is why you need to call on Gruenberg
Kelly Della. Our Long Island slip & fall injury attorneys know how
to craft strong, compelling claims that effectively demonstrate the fault
of the negligent party.
Contact us today if you are ready to discuss your injury claim.
Identifying Premises Liability
There are a number of issues that could cause a slip and fall. When these
issues are connected to a property owner’s negligence, they may
be held responsible for the damages you’ve suffered. These hazardous
or dangerous conditions could range from anything from wet floors and
evening pavement to falling objects and inadequate security or lighting.
However, even if these conditions are present, premises liability still
must be proven.
For premises liability to apply:
- The defendant must possess the land in question
- The plaintiff must be an invitee or licensee to the premises
- The defendant must have committed or overlooked some type of negligence
- This negligence must be directly related to the individual’s injuries
Let Us Help You Get Back on Your Feet
Our Long Island personal injury attorneys here at Gruenberg Kelly Della
have dedicated their careers to representing the rights of individuals
just like you. We strive to aggressively pursue the best possible outcomes
for our clients. Our caring services extend beyond the courtroom, as we
pride ourselves in helping the surrounding community by sponsoring local
events, donating to soccer clubs, and staying in touch with those we serve.
Our commitment to our community and our clients is something we prioritize.
Call our Long Island slip & fall injury lawyers at (888) 305-6372 or
fill out a free case evaluation now.