His clients call Michael Lamonsoff “The Bull” because he never stops fighting for them. Thanks to “The Bull” and his team of top-rated litigators, the Law Offices of Michael S. Lamonsoff, PLLC., is consistently rated as one of the top personal injury law firms in New York City.
With the amount of buildings and steps found throughout New York City, accidents from poor or inadequate lighting are a real possibility. injuries due to poor lighting can happen in stairways, restaurants, parking lots, ATM locations, and even on a typical NYC street.
The responsibility to ensure that a path is properly lit does not fall on visitors, pedestrians, patrons, or anyone else not tasked with the maintenance of a premises’ lighting.
Owners of residential or commercial property in New York must take measures to ensure that their property is properly lit so that the general public can see any potential risks. Accidents or dangerous situations caused by poor or inadequate lighting can result in a variety of injuries, from minor scrapes and bruises to severe, long-lasting injuries. Regardless of the severity of your injury, you are entitled to compensation for the injuries resulting from the negligence of others.
If you injure yourself on residential or commercial premises because it is too dark to see where you are going, or if you are the victim of an attack or mugging because of insufficient lighting, call our team of award-winning personal injury attorneys. At the Law Offices of Michael S. Lamonsoff, PLLC, we will fight aggressively to ensure that you recover all of the compensation that you deserve.
Contact us for help with your inadequate lighting accident claim
If you have sustained a serious injury from inadequate lighting on someone else’s property, the Law Offices of Michael S. Lamonsoff, PLLC will fight fiercely for your rights as a victim and represent your best interests so that you can concentrate on recovering.
Contact us to set up your initial consultation or you can fill out our simple consultation request form and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
I slipped and fell on a staircase. The floor was wet and the lights were out, making the whole staircase very dangerous. My back and knee were injured as well as several bruised ribs. I had to get surgery on my knee.
A lady in my apartment community recommended Michael Lamonsoff to me when she heard what happened. They took care of me, sending a car to pick me up and bring me to the office when I called.
I was able to talk to Mr. Lamonsoff directly about my case. I was notified of everything that happened in my case. I was always up to speed on it and I loved that. I have already
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Who is responsible for providing adequate lighting?
It is the responsibility of the premises owner to inspect the lighting conditions of his or her property and ensure that these conditions are adequate. if these conditions are not safe, the premises owner must make necessary repairs or give proper notice to those who may encounter the unsafe conditions. Making premises owners responsible ensures the safety of everyone by reducing the risk of injuries.
Poor or inadequate lighting can lead to multiple circumstances that result in injury.
At the Law Offices of Michael S. Lamonsoff, PLLC, we handle cases involving:
- Slips, trips, and falls in areas of property without sufficient lighting.
- Injuries sustained in muggings, assaults, or attacks that would not have occurred had there been proper lighting.
We will help you obtain compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, loss of companionship, pain and suffering, etc. We handle all types of injury claims, from soft tissue trauma to serious and catastrophic loss, including wrongful death.
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I came to Michael with a very difficult slip and fall case but because of his knowledge and his staff's excellent case building skills I received the settlement I deserved. I have already referred my friends and family to Michael and will continue to do so.