Slip & Fall

Kingston Slip and Fall Accident Attorney

Warning sign slipperyRepresenting Hudson County victims of slip and falls

When we walk on the sidewalks, parking lots, and streets of our respective New York communities, we hope that property owners will take the necessary care to address hazards that can lead to slip and fall accidents. If a property owner knew or should have known about the condition that caused your injury, you could recover damages that will help alleviate the impact of medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Jeff Brody Injury Law handles numerous slip and fall accidents, including sidewalk accidents, parking lot accidents, snow and ice accidents, supermarket accidents, numerous commercial accidents, and accidents on municipal properties. If you have been seriously injured because of the negligence of another party, contact an attorney who is ready to fight for your needs while you focus on healing. If you need a law firm to assess your case and guide you through your options, contact Jeff Brody Injury Law.

Sidewalk Accidents

When we navigate the streets of our communities, we are constantly faced with hazards that put us in danger. Sidewalks are no exception. The sidewalks of New York are riddled with different hazards that can cause a multitude of injuries including broken bones, muscle damage, spinal cord injuries, serious concussions, and more. These injuries can lead to overwhelming medical bills and lost wages that can seriously impact your future. Some injuries caused by a sidewalk accident can stay dormant for years before devastating your life.

Parking Lot Accidents

Parking lots across the state of New York allow for easy access to a multitude of commercial, residential, and municipal properties, including schools, shopping centers, apartments, airports, and more. The owners of the property are responsible for the conditions of their parking facilities. They are obligated to monitor the surfaces regularly and reasonably keep their parking structures free of hazards.

Snow and Ice Accidents

Pedestrians who navigate the walkways of Kingston, Ulster County, and New York State are at risk for injuries related to slip and falls. Out of the many hazards facing pedestrians, snow and ice can cause some of the most serious injuries. If you slip and fall on the sidewalks or streets of your community, you could face injuries, including spinal cord damage, bone fractures, concussions, and more. These injuries can lead to years of devastating financial burdens. Some injuries can stay dormant before affecting your life and livelihood.

Municipal property accidents

When we travel by foot to and from locations, we navigate through commercial, private, and municipal properties. Whether you are walking on a sidewalk, parking lot, or a crosswalk, you are most likely traveling on a surface that should be maintained up to a reasonable standard. In some cases, you may be walking on the property of your hamlet, village, town, or city. This is also the case with any other property owner- a municipality should consistently monitor and address hazards that put pedestrians at risk for injury.

Premise Liability

Property owners have a responsibility to protect citizens from injuries caused by negligence. Most property owners take that responsibility seriously and will prevent and remove hazards that lead to injuries. Not all commercial, municipal and private property owners take the care necessary to protect those who lawfully use their premises. State and federal regulations protect the rights of citizens who have been injured by the negligence of a property owner when on a property for legitimate reasons.

Supermarket Accidents

When we enter a supermarket, we are generally unaware of the hazards that can cause us harm. We, as the consumers, hope that the staff at the local supermarket will take the necessary steps to ensure the safety of its customers. As we navigate the aisles, we can only hope that the staff consistently monitors and addresses anything in the store that can cause injury. Unfortunately, not all owners, supervisors, or staff members take their customers’ safety into consideration.