The Dangerous Consequences Of Ceiling Collapse Accidents
When a ceiling collapses, it can result in extremely serious injuries or even death for the victims. Ceilings can collapse due to a number of different causes, including leaky pipes that weaken the ceiling, old or rotted supports and many others. The building owner and possibly management company can be held accountable for any injuries caused by the ceiling collapse. At the Subin Associates law firm, our New York ceiling collapse injury attorneys represent clients in all types of premises liability cases. We have handled cases throughout the New York City area involving ceiling collapses in office buildings, residential buildings, subway stations, construction sites and others.
It is our commitment to aggressively pursue the compensation you need to recover from your injuries. Call our law firm at 877-265-4065 to discuss your claim.
Fighting For New York Injury Victims
Injuries in a ceiling collapse can range from serious head wounds to neck and back injuries that result in paralysis. Our experience with these cases has given us an understanding of the types of injuries common to these cases, which allows us to be much more proactive in seeking the right compensation for your short- and long-term recovery.
Sadly, there are some ceiling collapses that result in the death of the victim. If you have lost a loved one, our personal injury lawyers are prepared to help you with a wrongful death claim. We will walk you through the entire process and work to recover the maximum level of benefits available under the law.
Call Our New York Attorneys About Ceiling Collapses
Contact our New York City law firm today to discuss the injuries you have suffered in a ceiling collapse. We are available during regular business hours and by appointment evenings and weekends. You can reach us by phone at 877-265-4065. We take every personal injury case on a contingency basis which means that you don’t pay any attorney’s fees unless we recover compensation for you.
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