PREMISES LIABILITY LAWYER IN WESTCHESTER, WHITE PLAINS, FAIRFIELD, STAMFORD
Property owners have a responsibility to protect their guests and the general
public from unreasonable hazards on their premises. Dangers and a lack
of waring of unsafe conditions may result in serious or catastrophic injury,
including broken limbs, traumatic brain injury (TBI), spinal cord injuries or burns.
CITY OF WHITE PLAINS DENIED GOVERMENTAL IMMUNITY IN GALLERIA PARKING GARAGE MURDER
“The Estate of Concetta Russo Carriero, and its attorneys, were handed
another major victory
when the Appellate Division, Second Department affirmed…”
John Q. Kelly, Esq. and his team in Fairfield, Westchester and Metro New
York have extensive experience and a proven track record, in handling
personal injury and wrongful death claims against owners or residential
property, commercial property and municipalities in circumstances such as:
negligent security – in parking lots/garage, office buildings, restaurants, etc.
slip and falls – due to faulty surfaces, stairs, handrails, etc.
unsafe premises conditions – inadequate lighting, debris, repairs, etc.
construction site hazards – relating to falls/falling objects, code violations, unprotected areas, etc.
Once retained on a serious or catastrophic injury resulting from premises
liability, we immediately act to preserve all evidence available from
the accident location, the police and potential witnesses. We also employ
experts in the fields of premises liability, human factors and in the
applicable medical specialties depending on the injuries. The experience
and rapid response of our attorneys has yielded incredible results.
“The City is not, however, immune from claims arising out of the
performance of proprietary functions…”
Wrongful Death ●
Catastrophic Injuries ●
Bicycle Accidents ●
Burn Injuries ●
Assault and Homicide Victims
Construction Accidents ●
Car Accidents ●
Truck Accidents ●
Premises Liability ●
Intentional Torts ●
Spinal Cord Injuries ●
Traumatic Brain Injuries ●
Motorcycle Accidents ●
Fatal Accidents ●