Poor Lighting And Warnings Create Real Dangers
Property owners have a legal responsibility to make their premises safe for visitors. This includes providing adequate lighting to prevent accidents, criminal activity and other hazards. If you or someone close to you has been injured due to inadequate lighting or warning signs, it is important to consult with an experienced personal injury attorney.
With offices in New York City and Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, the injury lawyers at Albert Buzzetti & Associates represent people who have been injured throughout New York and northern New Jersey. Contact us today to speak with an experienced attorney.
Inadequate Lighting Can Lead To A Host Of Problems
Inadequate lighting and lack of warning signs can present numerous hazards to people visiting a shopping mall, parking garage, parking lot, gas station or other premises.
Without proper illumination or warning signs, obstacles such as potholes, cracks and carpet tears may go unnoticed, leading to dangerous slip-and-fall accidents. A stairwell without proper lighting, for instance, could result in serious injuries and even wrongful death.
Additionally, inadequate lighting can give criminals the cover they need to execute their crimes. Negligent security and improper lighting can leave people vulnerable to assault, robbery and other crimes.
Our lawyers have extensive experience handling premises liability cases involving inadequate lighting and lack of warning signs. We have the investigative tools to determine how your accident was caused and who was at fault.
Set Up A Free Consultation To Discuss Your Case
If you or someone close to you has been injured in an accident caused by inadequate lighting, contact the New York and New Jersey law firm of Albert Buzzetti & Associates today for a FREE consultation and review of your rights and option. Our skilled accident lawyers take all premises cases on contingency so there are no fees until we recover maximum compensation for your injuries. Call (New Jersey) or 866-237-8202 (New York).