Your Rosedale Premises Liability Lawyers
Located in Rosedale, servicing Queens and all of New York
If you’ve been injured on a premises as the result of careless property owners, you’ll need a team of trustworthy attorneys at your side to help you file a claim and hold the negligent parties accountable for their actions. Our Rosedale premises liability lawyers can be relied on to pursue compensation for our clients’ sustained injuries so that they can heal quickly and move on with their lives. Whether you speak English, Spanish, or Russian, we’re here to listen to you.
If you have a premises liability case, call Alex Yadgarov & Associates at (718) 276-2800 to schedule your free consultation. We proudly serve Laurelton, Rochdale and all of Queens!
What Qualifies as a Premises Liability Case?
A property owner has a responsibility to keep their property safe for their visitors. A premises liability lawsuit serves to hold a property owner responsible for the damages sustained by a person who was injured on the property.
Some common premises liability cases include:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Swimming pool injuries
- Animal bites
- Snow and ice incidents
- Elevator and escalator accidents
- Water leaks or flooding
- Toxic chemicals
- Amusement park accidents
If you’re a premises liability victim in New York, it can be challenging to pursue your case given the proof you’re required to provide of the property owner’s negligence. That’s why we recommend calling our experienced Rosedale premises liability attorneys for a free consultation. We can help you prove that the other parties are responsible for your injuries and thus liable to provide fair compensation for the damages you’ve accrued.
We seek to prove that there was a breach in the duty of care, which means:
- Hazardous conditions existed
- Premises owners were negligent in dealing with hazardous conditions
- Premises owners repaired hazards in an insufficient way
- Property owner’s negligence resulted in your injuries
With our help, you may be able to prove that your injuries were caused by another party and receive compensation.
Statute of Limitations for Premises Liability Claims in NY
Like all other personal injury claims, premises liability claims are subject to a legal deadline known as a statute of limitations. In New York, the statute of limitations for a premises liability claim is three years from the date of the incident, meaning you typically have until the third anniversary of your injury to pursue a legal claim against the responsible party.
If this deadline expires and you have not yet filed a claim, you will essentially lose your right to sue and will be unable to recover compensation for your injuries. If you are unsure of how the statute of limitations applies to your case, or if you think the deadline may be approaching, it is important you speak to an attorney as soon as possible to guard your interests.
As our potential client, we fight for your right to a fair recovery process, which includes being financially compensated for the costs that have arisen as a result of your injuries.
You may be eligible to be compensated for:
- Medical expenses
- Lost work wages and future earnings
- Emotional trauma
- Other losses resulting from your injury
When you schedule your free consultation with us, we’ll travel to you. At Alex Yadgarov & Associates, we accommodate our clients’ needs because we know you’ve already been inconvenienced by your injuries.