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Suffolk County Premises Liability Attorney

Were You Injured on Another Person’s Property?

Premises liability cases usually involve some type of fall to the ground, whether due to a slippery floor, an uneven surface, or an obstacle or impediment to safely walking. But there are many other types of premises liability cases. For instance, we have represented clients who were hurt when boxes or displays fell on them, particularly at so-called superstores where merchandise is stored on very high shelves.

These cases present some unique challenges. The law requires that the victim in these cases must provide proof that the premises owner (or tenant as the case may be) had some prior knowledge that a dangerous condition existed. This is not always a simple matter. In situations like these, it is crucial to work with an experienced lawyer who can establish liability and pursue the just compensation you are due for your injuries, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

If you think you may have a claim, we invite you to contact our firm to schedule a free case evaluation. We’re available around-the-clock to take your call.

Types of Premises Liability Cases

At The Law Office of Matthew Glassman, our Suffolk County personal injury attorneys handle all types of premises liability cases, including those involving:

  • Icy stairs
  • Slippery floors
  • Unfenced swimming pools
  • Falling debris
  • Poorly maintained walkways
  • Elevators/escalators

Other types of premises accidents include cases against hair and beauty salons, amusement park accidents, school playground accidents, etc.

Our firm has handled cases against salons in situations arising from the improper use of hair dying products where the scalp gets burned, resulting in permanent scarring. Our Suffolk County injury attorney has also handled cases of leg waxing where the wax was not sanitized correctly and the client sustained a bacterial wound and resulting scarring to the legs. Other cases we have handled involve tanning salons where errors during the tanning process resulted in second or third-degree burns to our clients.

Do You Have a Case? Contact Us to Find Out!

If you are injured on another person’s property, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and more. An experienced personal injury attorney will know what evidence to collect and how to present it in the most aggressive, favorable way to ensure you success in your case. We have years of experience handling these types of cases.

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