New York Elevator Accident Injury Lawyers
Building owners are responsible for the safety of people on their property.
If an elevator malfunctions because of improper or negligent maintenance, if the
malfunction causes serious injuries, the building owner may be responsible for
the damages. Talk to an attorney experienced in handling elevator accident
lawsuits. Ask for a free consultation at the law offices of Bonina & Bonina,
P.C. in Brooklyn, New York.
Elevators require specific and regular maintenance. A failure to provide
regular maintenance by the building owner or by the elevator maintenance company
can lead to elevator accidents and serious injuries.
- Types of elevator accidents: A mis-leveled elevator
(resting above or below the normal floor level) could cause a slip and fall
or trip and fall accident, and serious injuries. A sudden drop of the
elevator, jammed doors, or doors that close on passengers could result in
broken bones, head injuries and other injuries.
- Quick reporting, early investigation: When you or a
loved one has suffered an elevator accident injury or any other premises
liability injury, report the accident immediately to the building owner or
manager and get the names of any witnesses.
- Know your rights: If you were injured in an elevator
accident caused by improper maintenance, be aware that the property owner is
responsible for maintaining a safe building.
Talk to a premises
liability lawyer about fair compensation for your medical bills, pain
and suffering, wage losses and other financial losses.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an elevator accident, call for a
free consultation so we can explain your options, and help you decide what
actions you should take. At Bonina & Bonina, P.C., we
come to work every day believing that there should be equal justice for all.
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