Holding Property Owners Accountable For Slip-And-Fall Accidents

A slip-and-fall accident can be extremely serious. You can suffer injuries such as fractured wrists, broken hips, knee injuries or head trauma. Whether you were injured in a retail store, grocery store, apartment building, or on a city sidewalk or road, you may be entitled to compensation from the property owner.

Slip-and-fall injuries that result from hazardous property conditions are pursued as premises liability claims. Since 1983, The Law Office of Tom Guccione has handled these types of claims. Tom Guccione has the experience and skill it takes to obtain maximum compensation for your injuries, lost wages and other losses. If you or a family member was hurt in a slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accident, call the firm in Brooklyn at 718-596-4184 for a free initial consultation.

The Experience To Pursue Claims Involving Public And Private Property

Property owners have the duty to maintain reasonably safe conditions on their premises for the protection of occupants and visitors. Public entities such as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and the City of New York and private property owners such as landlords, retail store owners and corporations have this responsibility. If you are hurt as a result of their negligence, you deserve just compensation for your losses.

Tom Guccione is well-versed in the many facets of slip-and-fall law. He handles claims arising from:

  • Falls due to defective or broken stairways and railings
  • Trips on debris
  • Slips on spills or slick surfaces
  • Slips on ice
  • Sidewalk and roadway defects such as potholes, cracks and uneven surfaces

No matter how your injury occurred, Mr. Guccione has the experience you need to effectively pursue your claim and assert your best interests with the insurance company at every stage, whether while investigating facts, during settlement negotiations or at trial.

Speak With A Lawyer Today

To schedule your free consultation with experienced personal injury attorney Tom Guccione, call 718-596-4184 or fill out the online contact form.