Did You Slip Due To Wet Or Icy Conditions?

Residents throughout New York and New Jersey must face the dangerous conditions that come from each season — wet conditions in spring, sweltering heat in the summer, and snow and ice in the winter. When these elements create a dangerous condition in a store, on the sidewalk or in a parking lot, it is important to hold the responsible party accountable for its negligence.

At Albert Buzzetti & Associates, our New York slip-and-fall accident lawyers are skilled at examining the facts of a case and providing clear and honest direction. If the injury is significant enough, an individual might be able to recover monetary compensation for lost wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering. Contact our office today to learn more about your options for recovering damages.

Property Owners Have Certain Responsibilities

Slip-and-fall accidents happen regularly and do not always cause significant injuries. When these accidents are serious enough, however, an individual might face muscle strain, broken bones, and tendon and ligament damage. It is important to seek the counsel of an experienced attorney to learn more about your options for compensation.

A store owner or property manager has a duty to ensure the safety of his or her visitors. When the produce department of a grocery store has a wet floor or the sidewalk leading into or out of a store is not kept free of ice and snow, the potential for significant injuries increases. If you slip and fall, it is important to take photos of the area and the liquid that caused the fall and identify any potential witnesses to the accident. Our firm can take all of this information and develop an effective strategy to get you the full and fair compensation you deserve.

We Get Paid Only If You Recover Money

If you have been injured in a slip-and-fall accident or suffered another type of premises-related injury, email 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. You can also call 201-308-5313 (New Jersey) or 866-237-8202 (New York).

Our skilled accident lawyers take all premises cases on contingency, so there are no fees until we recover maximum compensation for your injuries.