Premises Liability Attorneys

Every property owner who invites the public onto his or her land or into his or her business has an obligation to maintain certain levels of safety. A grocery store owner, for example, has a duty to keep the floors clear and dry. If he or she becomes aware of a spill that someone might slip on, he or she has a responsibility to clean it up. Even if he or she did not actually know about the spill, he or she can still be liable for any injuries someone suffers if he or she should have known about it.

If you or a loved one has been injured on the property of another, you should speak with one of our attorneys. We conduct thorough investigations as soon as possible to help build the strongest possible case for our clients.

Some of the more common scenarios involving dangerous conditions that fall under the umbrella of premises liability include:

  • Slip and fall in grocery store or restaurant
  • Tripping over debris near construction site
  • Broken or icy sidewalk causing a fall
  • Hotel fails to provide adequately for its clients’ security

More Than $200 million Recovered For Our Clients

At Morgan Levine Dolan, P.C., our attorneys bring more than two decades of combined experience that allows us to build exceptional cases for those who have been injured on the property of another. We waste no time in beginning our investigations after agreeing to represent a new client. We know that immediate action may be necessary to secure the evidence that will help us build a winning case.

Contact The New York Premises Liability Attorneys Of Morgan Levine Dolan, P.C.

When you or a loved one has been injured on the premises of another, you need to know that you will receive the full compensation you deserve. Let the skilled attorneys of Morgan Levine Dolan, P.C., help you face the challenges created by your injury. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Manhattan premises liability lawyers, call 212-785-5115 or 646-480-1798 orcontact us online.

We offer contingent fees. We only collect attorneys fees when we have recovered compensation for you.