Suffolk County Premises Liability Lawyer 

Injured on someone’s property?

Though each circumstance is different, most owners of a property have a responsibility to maintain their property in a reasonably safe condition. If a property owner fails to ensure that dangerous conditions are remedied in a reasonable amount of time, and you are injured as a result, the property owner can be held responsible for your losses.

If you have been injured or your loved one has died on another person’s property, our premises liability lawyer in Suffolk County, NY, may be able to help. Your whole case can be managed by them while you focus on your recovery or taking care of a loved one.

For a free legal consultation with a premises liability lawyer serving Suffolk County, call 516-451-7900

Types of Premises Liability Cases

Premises liability cases fall under a broad umbrella, as there are many things a property owner may do (or fail to do) that can cause injury. The owner of a public or private property may be responsible for injuries stemming from:

  • Slip and falls
  • Trip and falls
  • Snow and ice-related falls
  • Outdated or inadequate property maintenance
  • Fires
  • Dog bites
  • Swimming pool injuries
  • Inadequate security on a property
  • Toxic chemicals
  • Leaks and/or water spots
  • Defective equipment on a property
  • Lack of handrails or supports on a property
  • Unmarked changes in elevation, such as stairs or ledges
  • Building code violations
  • Loose flooring or torn carpeting
  • Potholes or other fixable hazards

This list could go on for much longer, as these are just a few of the common hazards that may result in a premises liability claim. If your injury was caused by one of these hazards or another one not listed, you may have a claim, and legal representation can help. We want to hold the property owner accountable for their negligence. You deserve to be compensated for a preventable event; we will fight for you.

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Establishing Liability in a Premises Liability Case

A premises liability lawyer in Suffolk County, NY, from our firm can help you understand who is responsible for your injuries or your loved one’s death. In some cases, the property owner may be responsible, or if they have a manager in charge of tending to the property, that person may be responsible as well.

In many cases, multiple parties are liable for injuries caused by an unsafe premises. Once we decide who to bring the injury or wrongful death claim against, we will start to prove liability by:

  • Establishing that the liable party had a duty of care to you or your loved one

New York law establishes that those “in control” of a property – whether an owner, manager, resident, or someone else – should do what is reasonable to ensure the property is reasonably safe for those whose presence on the property is “reasonably foreseeable”.

  • Show that the liable party breached their duty of care

We will rely on evidence and testimony to show that the property was not kept reasonably safe.

  • Prove that the breach of duty of care caused your injury or loved one’s death

If we can show that the liable party did not do what is necessary to maintain the legal standard of harm prevention, we can likely show that unsafe conditions caused your injury.

  • Calculating damages

In this stage, we present medical and economic evidence to establish the total losses you sustained as a result of the dangerous condition on the property.

What else a Premises Liability Lawyer from Our Firm Will Do for You

Our team at Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. will serve you by:

  • Meeting with you at your place of recovery to discuss your case and how your injuries or loved one’s death have impacted you
  • Speaking with your medical caregivers to document the full extent of your injuries and how they affect your ability to work
  • Collecting all medical records, including bills, test results, and scan results for use at trial or settlement negotiations
  • Collecting all evidence related to the personal injury, including videos and photographs of the scene and/or the conditions that caused it
  • Interviewing witnesses to the event and/or hazardous conditions and documenting their accounts
  • Initiating all legal proceedings and pushing your case towards resolution
  • Making appearances for you in court
  • Serving as your legal counselor from our initial meeting until the completion of your case
  • Ensuring that your rights are protected throughout the entirety of your case

We will keep you updated throughout the duration of your case. You will never have to wonder what’s going on, and we will answer any questions you have. If you were injured as the result of someone’s negligence, or you lost a loved one as the result of an event, you should not face the challenges of navigating through the legal process alone. You do not need to add more stress to your life. We will handle every aspect of your case.

Damages You May Be Awarded in a Premises Liability Case

The circumstances of each premises liability case are different, but if you have been injured on someone’s property due to negligence, you may be entitled to damages covering:

Medical Costs

Examples include:

  • Emergency transportation
  • ER bills
  • Surgery costs
  • Your entire hospital stay
  • Prescription medication
  • The cost of rehabilitation appointments and transportation to the appointments
  • Treatment for any long-term and/or chronic conditions resulting from the event
  • Domestic or lifecare services

Other Losses from the Personal Injury

Examples include:

  • Wages lost due to your injuries
  • Diminished earning capacity from limitations imposed by your injury
  • Short-term or long-term disability
  • Inability to pursue an education because of your injuries
  • Pain and suffering
  • Disfigurement
  • Mental anguish
  • Inability to enjoy life/activities you once did

If the injury in question caused the death of your loved one, you may be entitled to additional damages, including:

  • Medical expenses of the deceased
  • Funeral expenses
  • Loss of guidance (children)
  • Loss of support
  • Loss of long-term financial protection

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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.

Call Today

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.


Client Review

"I highly recommend the firm of Rosenberg & Gluck. They were very professional. All my calls were returned promptly and my questions were answered. I was treated with respect and patience. They were a tremendous help!"

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Truck Accidents
Accidents on the highways can be lethal events
Bicycle Accidents
Riding a bicycle should not be unsafe
Car Accidents
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Motorcycle Accidents
Motorcycle accidents often result in serious injury
Medical Malpractice
Medical mistakes can cause death ruin lives
Wrongful Death
When negligence results in the death of a loved me
Premises Liability
When hurt in a location, someone has to take responsibility
Brain Injury
Brain injuries can have long term severe effects
Dog Bites
Dog bites can cause serious injury


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