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Wednesday, February 3, 2021

Open for Business? Better Have A Clear Path To Avoid A Slip And Fall On Ice Lawsuit

By uberuser

It can be treacherous walking outside in New York City during the winter months. Sidewalks, parking lots, paths, and stairs can at times be covered with ice or snow.  At Louis Grandelli, P.C., we vigorously argue that if a premises, such as a school, store or other business, is open and invites people onto their…

Tuesday, February 2, 2021

Just Because The Snow Is Cleared Doesn’t Mean It’s Safe

By uberuser
Posted in Slip and Fall

This week has brought one of the biggest snow storms in years to the New York City area.  Snow accumulations in the volume that we got at the beginning of this week pose not only an immediate danger to pedestrians, but if the clean-up is not handled properly, the hazard could be increased.  Property owners…

Monday, February 1, 2021

You May Need A Weatherman To Know Which Way The Wind Blows

By uberuser
Posted in Slip and Fall

During hazardous weather, many of us may try to stay home. However, that’s not always possible and we may need to venture outside during snow, sleet or freezing rain. This can lead to dangerous situations involving slip and falls which can result in severe and permanent injuries. While landowners aren’t responsible for injuries caused by so-called…

Thursday, December 24, 2020

Slip And Fall On Snow/Ice, Do I Have A Case?

By uberuser
Posted in Slip and Fall

Following last week’s snow storm in New York City, a significant amount of residual snow and ice still remains on the ground. If you have slipped on snow or ice and sustained a serious injury, here are some important things to keep in mind to determine if you could be entitled to compensation for your…

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Your Personal Injury Accident Could Be On Surveillance Cameras

By uberuser

Personal Injury Accidents & Surveillance Cameras If you were injured in a store, apartment building, music venue or other public space, there is a chance your accident was caught on surveillance cameras.  The owners and tenants of these premises are on a duty to preserve any surveillance footage if they know or should know that…

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Our New York Premises Liability Lawyers Win Significant Motion

By uberuser

New York Premises Liability Lawyers Our New York premises liability lawyers won a significant motion last week in Kings County Supreme Court, by proving that a property owner’s failure to provide a safe path following a large snowstorm was negligent as a matter of law. Relying on legal precedent already established by our firm in…

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

First New York City Snowstorm of The Year Causes Traffic Issues and Accidents

By uberuser
Posted in Slip and Fall

Slip and Fall on Ice Settlements Late last week, the first snow storm of the year hit New York City, and the City’s infrastructure was totally unprepared. As a result there were multiple accidents and major transportation issues. Many Metropolitan Transit Authority buses were forced to pull over because they did not have snow chains…

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Nowhere Else To Walk? A Frozen Path

By Ari Lieberman
Posted in Slip and Fall

The winter can be dangerous. Sometimes sidewalks are covered in sheets of ice, snow and sleet. Many times we find ourselves with nowhere safe to walk without risking slipping and falling, which could result in significant bodily injuries. Our office has had many successes in holding property owners responsible for their failure to provide pathways…

Friday, February 10, 2017

NYC Doorman Killed In Slip and Fall During Snow Storm

By Stephen Wagner III

A doorman was tragically killed on the Upper East Side while shoveling snow during the snowstorm this week. In what the New York Post dubbed a freak accident, Miguel Gonzalez, 59, slipped while he was shoveling snow, fell down a set of stairs, and had his throat slashed as he crashed through a window pane. As a…

Friday, January 8, 2016

Plaintiff Who Sustains A “Grave Injury” Avoid The Worker’s Compensation Bar To Recovery

By Louis Grandelli

The Law Office of Louis Grandelli recently litigated a case where a plaintiff was injured due to an unsafe worksite, and we were able to prove that the plaintiff had a viable third-party claim against his employer. The injured worker was performing his normal duties at his worksite, when he fell head first into a…

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