SLIPS, TRIPS & FALLS

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SLIPS, TRIPS & FALLS

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Long Island Slip, Trip And Fall Lawyer

Property owners are responsible for the safety of people that lawfully enter their property. That means that a property owner must maintain his or her property in a reasonably safe condition. If a property owner should fail to maintain their property in a reasonably safe condition and a guest suffers an injury as a result, the property owner will be responsible for the injuries suffered. A dangerous condition on a property can present itself in many different forms. Some common examples of dangerous conditions include, broken walkways, ice and snow, spilled liquids, broken handrails and uneven steps.

A slip and fall is the most common type of accident that occurs as a result of a dangerous condition on another’s property. A slip and fall happens when a person’s foot makes contact with the dangerous condition causing the person to slip and fall. Trip and falls are another common type of premises liability case and involves the foot stumbling on an obstruction. Palermo Law is a Long Island Personal Injury Law Firm dedicated to representing individuals that have suffered serious injuries as a result of a property owner’s negligence.

With 2 decades of experience, Steven Palermo heads the legal team at Palermo Law. He personally handles each slip trip or fall accident case from its inception through conclusion. He has litigated hundreds of personal injury cases and won several million dollar verdicts and settlements for his clients. He has a passion for helping injured people find justice in their fight against large multi-million-dollar insurance companies that try and minimize his client’s injuries. If you or a loved one has suffered serious injuries as a result of a dangerous condition on another’s property and would like schedule a free case evaluation from an experienced Long Island Slip, Trip and Fall Accident Attorney, call or email us today.

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