New York Uneven Pavement Attorney

Due to changing seasons, age or root damage, pavements can become cracked and uneven. If these problems are not addressed and fixed, many individuals run the risk of tripping and falling. An unexpected fall on a pavement can lead to significant injuries, and you might be able to recover monetary compensation through a personal injury lawsuit.

The New York uneven pavement lawyers at Albert Buzzetti & Associates, L.L.C., intend to hold liable parties accountable for their negligence while fighting for your full and fair compensation. Whether you were walking on a sidewalk or across a parking lot, the property owners have a duty to ensure your safety. If you have fallen and suffered a serious injury, it is important to contact a skilled attorney. We offer a free consultation, and services in Spanish, Korean and other languages.

Sidewalk Accident Attorney Brooklyn

Uneven pavements in parking lots, building entryways or sidewalks can cause serious injuries, including:

  • Broken bones
  • Severe muscle strains
  • Torn ligaments
  • Damaged tendons
  • Broken ankles
  • Lacerations

Do not hesitate to contact our office to schedule a free consultation. We can carefully examine the facts of your case and provide you with an honest assessment of your best course of action. We will relentlessly pursue the full and fair compensation you are owed from the negligent property owners.

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If you have been injured in a slip-and-fall accident or have received another type of premises-related injury, contact the New York City and Bergen County, New Jersey, law firm of Albert Buzzetti & Associates today for a FREE consultation and review of your rights and options. Our skilled accident lawyers take all premises cases on contingency, so there are no fees until we recover maximum compensation for your injuries.

For more information on other areas of our personal injury trial practice, including auto accidents, fire loss and catastrophic injuries, visit our Practice Areas page.