PREMISES LIABILITYIn New York, owners have a duty to keep their properties in a reasonably safe condition. It should be free of dangers and hazards that can cause you injury. There is a duty to warn you of unsafe conditions. If a property owner is doing work at the location, there is a duty to conduct that work in a reasonably safe manner. NOTICE OF THE CONDITIONS OR CREATION OF A DANGEROUS CONDITION Unless the property owner created the dangerous condition, the owner must have some notice of the condition to be held accountable. Notice can come in the form of actual notice to the owner verbally or in writing. Notice can also be inferred because the condition existed for such a period of time that the owner had an opportunity to discover and correct it.
A PROPERTY OWNER'S CARELESSNESS CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFERegardless of the nature of the condition that caused your injuries, we can discuss your options. If you have been injured as the result of any of the following, we can work to get you the compensation you deserve.