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Were You Injured In A Parking Lot Or Garage?

An accident in a parking lot can affect your life for many years. You may incur medical bills and be unable to work. You may even suffer a permanent impairment that makes it impossible to do the things you enjoy. Your recovery from a personal injury suit can help you meet the challenges you face.

At Marder, Eskesen & Nass, Attorneys at Law, in Midtown Manhattan, we are here to help you obtain the maximum compensation you deserve. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case and answer your questions. If you were hurt in a parking lot or garage, call us at 800-588-1579 today to talk to one of our lawyers.

Is The Owner Of The Parking Lot Responsible?

The parking lot owner is not automatically responsible. To recover compensation, you must show that the property owner was negligent and this negligence led to your injury. This area of law is known as premises liability.

After an accident occurs, the property owner may make repairs to correct the unsafe condition or place warnings that were not there before. The sooner you contact our lawyers, the sooner we can collect and preserve the evidence we need to prove your case. Photographs of the accident scene, footage from video cameras and witness statements can help prove liability.

Here are examples of negligence that may lead to a personal injury suit:

  • Cracked or broken concrete that creates a tripping hazard
  • Structural collapses
  • Buildup of ice or snow
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Inadequate security
  • Being hit by a car

Hurt in a municipal parking garage? If you were injured in a parking lot or garage that is owned by a municipal entity in New York, you have a limited amount of time to file a notice of personal injury claim. If you miss the deadline, you miss your opportunity to file suit.

Call 800-588-1579 For A Free Case Evaluation

To discuss a possible claim against the owner of a parking garage or lot, call 800-588-1579 or email us.

Our lawyers have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for injured people.