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At NY, we frequently receive calls from injured people who believe a state or local government agency is the reason for their injuries. It would be best if you worked with an experienced and talented litigator in cases involving dangerous conditions on public property because there are several legal nuances that your attorney must be aware of to present a claim against a public entity successfully.
City and state governments are responsible for dangerous conditions on public property. As a result, if these conditions are not properly addressed, any accident, injury, or death that occurs will be the responsibility of the city or state government.
If the property had a foreseeable risk and the victim used it with due care, legal action could be taken for any resulting accident. This law applies to accidents that occur at the following locations:
Many of our clients are concerned about receiving adequate compensation for their injuries after being injured as a result of a dangerous condition on public property. While each case is different, if you followed the notice requirements and we can prove that the government agency was the reason for your injuries, you might entitled to compensation for the following:
Our team well-versed in all areas of personal injury law, especially those involving dangerous public property conditions. Indeed, claims of dangerous public property conditions have been linked to some of our most significant case outcomes.
Personal Injury Attorneys in New York, on the other hand, represent their clients in a comprehensive manner. And we will be with you every step of the way, offering professional advice, legal counsel, and emotional support.Anyhow, members of our legal team are members of some of the most prestigious legal associations in the country. We have dedicated ourselves to providing exceptional representation to our clients, including our activities outside the courtroom. For this reason, we are consistently recognized in the legal field, and we have received awards and nominations such as Consumer Attorneys of New York Trial Lawyers Association, and Super Lawyers.
In most personal injury cases, you have two years to file a claim against the liable parties. In any public entity claim, time frames are much shorter, and you must file a claims notice with the responsible government agencies within 6 months of the injury. Your claim may be permanently barred if you do not file your claims notice timely. And because of the shortened time frames, you must contact an experienced attorney immediately following your injury.
So, contact our firm today to speak with experienced personal injury lawyers & follow the guidance they provide for better results.