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Bronx, NY Slip & Fall Accident Lawyers

Experienced Injury Lawyers Get Results for Clients Injured in Bronx, NY Slip and Fall Accidents

If you were injured in a slip and fall accident that happened on someone else’s property, the property owner may be responsible for compensating you for your injuries.  You may have the right to compensation whether you fell in a supermarket or while visiting a friend’s home—because all property owners have a legal duty to make sure their property is reasonably safe.  Unfortunately, slip and fall accidents are extremely common—in fact, CDC data shows that one in three Americans over age 65 experience a slip and fall each year.

At Proner & Proner, our Bronx slip and fall accident lawyers know that a fall can leave you burdened with hospital bills and unable to work.  We put our 50-plus years of experience to work to get you the highest compensation award possible. From your medical bills to the emotional stress of the injury, our lawyers work tirelessly to fight to win fair compensation.

Injured Due To A Slip And Fall Accident And Have Questions? We Can Help, Tell Us What Happened.

We have a reputation in the Bronx and throughout the legal community for providing exceptional, dedicated legal representation to injured clients.  If you or a loved one were hurt in a slip and fall on someone else’s property, call or contact us online today to schedule a free initial consultation with our Bronx slip and fall accident lawyers

Bronx Slip and Fall Accident Claims We Handle

A slip and fall accident can happen anywhere.  As long as you were legally entitled to be on the property, the property owner owes you a duty of care.  To satisfy this duty, the property owner must maintain the property in reasonably safe condition—and must place adequate warnings when something dangerous exists on the property.  Slip and fall accidents in the Bronx commonly happen because of:

  • Cracked, crumbling or uneven pavement in the areas surrounding a business,
  • Poor lighting in walkways, stairwells, parking lots and pathways,
  • Poorly maintained staircases or elevators,
  • Inadequate handrails on staircases,
  • Slippery floors,
  • Snow and ice that isn’t properly cleared.

Both business owners and private homeowners have a duty to repair dangerous conditions in a reasonable timeframe.  They also have a duty to warn customers and invited guests about any hazards that have not been repaired. Our firm handles claims for compensation based on slip and fall accidents involving falls in or on:

  • Grocery stores and supermarkets,
  • Shopping malls,
  • Restaurants and bars,
  • Subway stations,
  • Hotels,
  • Sidewalks outside a business,
  • A friend’s home,
  • Amusement parks,
  • Stadiums and entertainment venues,
  • The zoo,
  • Inadequately maintained rental properties,
  • Parking lots and parking garages.

Regardless of where you were injured, it is important to act quickly.  New York law limits the amount of time you have to file a claim against a negligent property owner.  Even more importantly, property owners usually act quickly to fix the hazard once they learn that someone has been hurt.

Get Advice From An Experienced Slip And Fall Accident Lawyer. All You Have To Do Is Call 212-500-1003 To Receive Your Free Case Evaluation.

If you have been seriously hurt because of a dangerous condition on someone else’s property in the Bronx, our lawyers will investigate while you recover.  You can call us anytime to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss options in your case.

Respected Accident Lawyers Fight to Get Full Compensation for Victims of Slip and Fall Accidents in the Bronx, NY

At Proner & Proner, our seasoned injury lawyers know that slip and fall accidents can cause serious injuries for victims of all ages.  Those injuries can include:

  • Broken bones, including broken hips, knees, elbows and shoulders,
  • Torn muscles and ligaments,
  • Head injuries and concussions,
  • Spinal cord injuries,
  • Neck injuries.

Regardless of the severity of your injury, you should not be left responsible for the cost of your medical treatment and other expenses.  If a negligent property owner’s actions—or, more commonly, inaction—caused your injury, our lawyers are here to help establish whether you are entitled to compensation.

Property owners frequently try to shift the blame onto the accident victim by claiming that you should have seen the danger or that you were only injured because you weren’t paying attention.  Our lawyers can help refute these and other defenses to get you the compensation you need.

In a personal injury lawsuit, you may be entitled to recover the following general types of damages for your slip and fall accident injuries:

  • Reimbursement for past medical bills,
  • Compensation for future medical care,
  • Lost wages and salary,
  • Loss of your ability to earn a living in the future,
  • Pain and suffering,
  • Emotional distress,
  • And more.

Schedule a Free Case Review to Discuss Options with Our Trusted Bronx Slip and Fall Accident Lawyers

If you or a loved one were hurt in a slip and fall or trip and fall accident on someone else’s property in the Bronx, don’t hesitate to seek legal advice.  Our lawyers are available 24/7 to schedule a free case review. You can call our office or fill out this online contact form to tell us what happened.

About the Bronx, NY

The Bronx is one of the five NYC boroughs, located to the northeast and east of Manhattan.  The Bronx population is relatively dense and the area is also home to attractions like the Bronx Zoo and Yankee Stadium—and the restaurants, bars and shops that surround these types of attractions.  The organizations that own these properties—and the landlords who rent to Bronx residents—have a duty to keep their property safe for visitors to prevent harm.

Frequently Asked Questions About Bronx, NY Slip and Fall Accident Claims

FAQ: Can a friend really be held financially responsible if I was hurt because of something dangerous at their home?

Yes. More accurately, their homeowner’s insurance company will be responsible for paying compensation. Homeowners have a duty to keep even their private property reasonably safe. The duty they owe is less strict than the one that applies to business owners. While they have a duty to warn you about any hazards, the homeowner does not have a responsibility to inspect the property to find hidden dangers (business owners do have a duty to conduct reasonable inspections).

FAQ: How can you prove that a property owner was at fault for my slip and fall accident?

Slip and fall accident cases are based on premises liability law. Generally, property owners are held to a reasonable person standard. That means that if we can show that a reasonable person would have known about the hazard, and repaired the condition or installed warnings, the owner can be held liable. Proving liability requires getting evidence about how long the danger existed, where the hazard was located, and whether the property owner knew about it or should have known about it.

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