According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 6 million automotive crashes occur each year in the United States, averaging to about 1 car accident every 10 seconds. These accidents lead to 3 million injuries each year, a large number of which are permanent injuries.
Approximately 40,000 deaths are also caused by car accidents. Car accidents are not the only accidents to cause personal injury – other accidents such as slip and fall, drowning accidents, exposure to chemicals, etc. lead to personal injury.
In simple words, premises liability is the legal responsibility of property owners or managers in New York, and other parts of the country, to take what are considered reasonable steps to ensure that injuries on the property are prevented.
Whenever an accident takes place, it is crucial to investigate whether the owner of the property knew or should have known about the hazard that resulted in the injury or ensured that the property was constructed and maintained as required by building codes and ordinances.
Here is a look at some examples of personal injury cases that fall under premises liability law:
If you or a loved one in New York has been injured due to an accident caused by negligence of a property owner, you should immediately seek the help of the reliable personal injury attorneys at Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff, & Wolff of RMFW Law at 212 697 9280.
We know how to win these types of cases. In fact, RMFW Law has been winning these types of cases for years now. We have won millions of dollars for past clients, you too can be on this amazing list but you need to call us first. We want to hear what you have to say.
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