Attorneys Experienced With Slip-And-Fall Injuries

New York property owners have a legal responsibility to make sure their premises are in a reasonably safe condition. If a property owner is aware (or should have been aware) of a problem and fails to correct it in a timely manner, he or she may be held liable for any injuries.

At the Buffalo and Amherst offices of Cohen & Lombardo, P.C., our premises liability attorneys have more than 100 years of combined legal experience, giving them particular insight into how to build strong cases for injury victims. Together, our team handles slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall accidents stemming from:

  • Icy steps
  • Wet floors
  • Food or debris on floors
  • Uneven stairs
  • Poor lighting
  • Lack of handrails
  • Potholes or pavement defects
  • Other dangerous property conditions

Promptly Notify Us And The Property Owner

We encourage you to contact our law firm as soon as possible after your accident. We will immediately begin investigating the circumstances in order to protect your rights. In fact, one of our personal injury attorneys is a former photographer who can use his skills to document the defect and help build your case.

It is also critical to notify the property owner in a timely manner. Without informing him or her of the incident, your case becomes much harder to prove.

Is A Third Party At Fault In Your Case?

Many slip-and-fall injuries occur on the job. Although our firm doesn't handle workers' compensation claims, we are skilled in analyzing workplace accidents to determine if you may have a third-party liability case in addition to your workers' compensation claim.

Call Cohen & Lombardo, P.C., for a free case evaluation today: 716-262-8428. You can also contact us online.