Slip and fall accidents often occur because a premises is unkept. Property owners in New York and New Jersey are responsible for maintaining their premises, which includes sidewalks. If you have fallen or have been injured as the result of an unkept sidewalk, you may be able to recover compensation by filing a premises liability claim. At Sullivan Papain Block McGrath & Cannavo P.C., we frequently represent people who have been injured in New York cities from slips, trips and falls on sidewalks.

Slips, Trips And Falls On New York Sidewalks

New York City is filled with commuters who walk from destination to destination. If you slip, trip or fall on a sidewalk because the property owner has not taken responsibility for maintenance, you may be entitled to compensation. At SPBMC, our attorneys represent individuals in cases involving slips, trips and falls on New York sidewalks.

Our lawyers have in-depth knowledge of premises liability law, including slip-and-fall liability law and how it pertains to accidents in New York and in New Jersey. We have represented people who have suffered injuries ranging from fractures to broken bones and head, neck and spine injuries.

Contact Sullivan Papain Block McGrath & Cannavo P.C., Today For A Free Consultation

If you need to speak with one of our experienced New York or New Jersey slip-and-fall injury lawyers, we are pleased to offer a free consultation. To contact our New York City office in lower Manhattan, call 212-732-9000.

Call 516-742-0707 to contact our Garden City office or 631-734-2500 to contact our office in Cutchogue, New York.

Call 201-342-0037 to contact our office in Hackensack, New Jersey. You may also contact our Manhattan slip-and-fall liability attorneys by email.

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