Hold Property Owners Accountable Under Premises Liability Law
Every time you enter a building or set foot on private land, your health and safety depend to a degree on the property owner keeping their property in compliance with relevant building codes and other basic safety regulations. If you suffer an injury on someone else’s property because the owner has negligently failed to take reasonable and legally required measures to keep visitors safe, they can be held accountable for their negligence under premises liability law.
At Curcio Mirzaian Sirot LLC, our experienced personal injury attorneys will help you obtain some measure of justice for the harm you have suffered by fighting for financial compensation from the negligent party. We understand that an injury can do result in both physical harm and financial harm — in the form of medical bills and lost wages. We work closely with our clients to understand their specific goals and design a legal strategy that meets their needs.
We are experienced and aggressive litigators, and we will use every legal tool available to help you obtain the compensation to which you are entitled. From the start of your case to its successful resolution, we will help you document your injury and medical treatment and calibrate your legal filings in order to obtain the maximum compensation available to you.
Personalized Premises Liability Legal Services
Every personal injury case is unique, which is why we take the time to understand your specific situation and your personal goals. After an injury, many victims simply do not know whether their case is even eligible to take to court. In our first meeting, we will help you get your bearings and decide on a course of action.
Premises liability law covers a wide range of safety issues that can arise when visiting premises of any property owner, whether they are an individual, a business or a government agency. Relevant safety issues include:
- Slip-and-fall accidents caused by slippery floors and other unsafe walking surfaces
- Dog bites and other animal attacks
- Attacks that occur due to inadequate security
- Swimming pool injuries
- Inadequate maintenance
- Accidents that occur on privately owned sidewalks
- Cuts and scrapes caused by sharp objects
Schedule A Consultation Today
After you have received appropriate medical attention for your injury, your next step should be to speak with an attorney as soon as possible. To learn more about how we can help you hold a negligent property owner accountable, schedule a consultation by calling 973-852-3229 or contact us via email.
From our office locations in Roseland, New Jersey, and New York City, we serve clients in the greater New York area and throughout the state of New Jersey.