Queens Municipal Accident Attorney
Exposing Negligence On Government Properties
Local, state and federal governments can be held liable for injuries that occur on government-owned property or state-owned facilities. What constitutes negligence may depend on whether the area in which the accident occurred was restricted, whether codes and regulations were followed or whether an accident victim took appropriate precautions.
At the Law Office of Schachter, P.C., we represent people injured in government buildings, state-run hospitals, schools and other government properties. Guided by personal injury abogado David B. Schachter, we have the investigative resources and knowledge needed to expose negligence on the part of government agencies and facilities in failing to maintain safe, secure premises.
Negligence And Municipal Accident Injuries
The Law Office of Schachter, P.C., represents accident victims injured on government property due to:
- Collapsed roofs
- Crumbling stairs
- Disrepair of city sidewalks
- Slips and falls
- Elevator or escalator malfunctions
- Road defects
- Obscured signs or malfunctioning traffic lights
- Exposure to toxic materials
- Negligence in state-run hospitals
Investigating Municipal Accidents And Dangerous Intersections
In cases involving injuries sustained in government buildings or, for example, pedestrian knockdowns at dangerous intersections, poorly marked crosswalks or obscured stop signs, it’s important to begin the investigative process before repairs are made. It’s also important to understand New York liability law. The Law Office of Schachter, P.C., is prepared to act fast in both investigating accidents and advising you how to recover damages.
Contact Municipal Accident Injury Abogado David B. Schachter Today
If you have been injured while visiting or working in a government facility, you have a limited amount of time to initiate a lawsuit. At the Law Office of Schachter, P.C., we can evaluate your case, prepare the necessary paperwork and begin an investigation of the circumstances surrounding your injury.