Though we tend not to think of parking lots as particularly dangerous places, they absolutely can be. Between hundreds of pedestrians and motorists and a great deal of property that must be regularly maintained, safety hazards are far more common than you may think. If you believe you were harmed in a parking lot, either as a result of a dangerous driver or due to dangerous parking lot premises conditions, contact a seasoned Bronx parking lot accident lawyer from James Newman, P.C. today.
No one should have to fight the uphill battle for financial compensation on their own. Fortunately, you don’t have to. You can depend on a dedicated Bronx premises liability lawyer from our firm to fight for the full and fair compensation to which you are entitled. For decades, we have provided those who’ve been unfairly injured with a voice, and we are prepared to do everything in our power to get you the outcome you need.
Parking lot accidents can occur for several reasons, including careless motorists in parking lots who, for example, back out of their spots without looking and strike pedestrians as a result. However, we also commonly see these accidents occur as a result of premises safety hazards. Just some of the most common examples of these are as follows:
Slip or trip and fall accidents in parking lots can be very severe. Sometimes, they cause life-impacting injuries such as broken bones, spinal cord damage, traumatic brain injuries, and more. These injuries often require immediate medical attention, resulting in overwhelming financial costs. This is why you must hire an experienced parking lot accident lawyer to fight for the compensation you need to cover these costs. James Newman, P.C. has experience recovering compensation for the cost of medical bills, rehabilitation, lost wages, emotional distress, pain and suffering, and more.
If an injured party wishes to hold a negligent property owner responsible for their behavior, they must do so within the statute of limitations. This provides the individual with a deadline by which to file a claim, otherwise, they give up their right to pursue legal action against the negligent party. The statute of limitations for personal injury claims in New York State is three years from the date of the accident. That said, if the negligent party was a municipality, the individual must file a Notice of Claim within a shorter period of time.
The bottom line is that if you’ve been hurt in a parking lot in the Bronx or anywhere in New York City as a result of someone else’s negligence, our firm is here to help. Contact James Newman, P.C. today so we can get started working on your case.
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