You Have a Limited Period of Time to Take Action
New York state law makes it imperative that you do not wait to connect with our premises liability lawyer in Suffolk County, NY, and initiate your case. The state’s statute of limitations generally gives those who are bringing a premises liability case three years from the date of the event to initiate legal action under New York Civil Practice Law § 214.
If you are bringing a wrongful death claim, then the window may be even shorter, generally two years under New York Civil Practice Law § 5-4.1. There are exceptions to these statutes, such as if the liable party in your case is a municipality or governmental entity.
It may seem like you have plenty of time to take action, but it is best to get started on your case right away. There is a lot of work to accomplish in a rather short time, and we want to build a strong case for you that results in you getting the compensation you deserve. A premises liability lawyer in Suffolk County from our firm is ready to work for you.
Regardless of the time that has passed since your personal injury, we want to hear from you. Call our team at Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. today at (631) 451-7900 to discuss your case. We want to learn the details and inform you of your rights and options. We assist Spanish-speaking clients, too. If your injury occurred on the job, we can work with your worker’s compensation attorney.