Long Island Slip-and-Fall Lawyers
You Could Suffer a Serious Injury
A slip-and-fall accident may not sound serious at first, but falls can cause severe injuries such as broken bones, damaged joints, spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injuries. In fact, falls are the leading cause of traumatic brain injury and account for approximately 20 percent of spinal cord injuries. If a slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accident injured you or a family member, speak with an attorney about your rights.
Rappaport, Glass, Levine & Zullo, LLP has provided injury representation to clients since 1968. We have helped many people who were seriously injured by a slip-and-fall accident. We understand that you may need considerable compensation to cover your losses. To schedule a free consultation with our Long Island slip-and-fall attorneys, please call 866-639-5567 or contact us online.
Seeking Compensation for Your Losses
A slip-and-fall injury may cause temporary or permanent disability. If you break your leg, you may be in a cast for months. If you injure your spinal cord, you may be in a wheelchair for life. In either situation, you will need compensation for medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, medical equipment and possibly rehabilitative therapy. To ensure you receive the maximum compensation allowed, it is best to work with an experienced personal injury law firm.
We can help you with slip-and-fall accidents that occur on private, commercial or public property, including:
- Grocery stores
- Discount retailers
- Shopping malls
- Gas stations
- Nursing homes
- Train and subway stations
- Parking lots
A slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accident can be caused by a spill, slick surface, broken or uneven surface, objects on the ground, broken steps, ripped carpet, snow and ice buildup, cracks or holes. Whether the accident is caused by negligent maintenance or a failure to warn of the problem, the property owner may be liable for resulting injuries.
Contact Our Suffolk County Trip-and-Fall Lawyers
Please call 866-639-5567 to schedule an appointment for a free consultation.