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Parking Lot Fall Lawyers in New York Who Know About the Serious Nature of Debilitating Accidents

You might have been carrying a heavy grocery bag and didn't see the pothole in front of you. Perhaps the icy puddle next to your car was invisible due to poor parking lot lighting. Maybe the shopping mall parking lot was under construction and you lost your balance in an unmarked parking lot construction zone, dropping your shopping bags and breaking the vase you'd just splurged on. You tripped, slipped and fell down hard and now have a broken elbow because you landed on it, fractured fingers from breaking your fall with your hands, or shoulder and neck injury because you twisted as you fell.

No matter what parking lot fall injury you suffered, a serious injury demands serious attention. The parking lot owner may be liable. As seasoned parking lot fall injury lawyers in New York, we understand how to fight for clients' justice. We strive to hold the premises owner responsible and get our clients the compensation they need and deserve. The parking lot owner is supposed to keep shoppers as safe as possible. If found negligent, that owner is legally liable to pay for any medical treatment needed for injuries you sustained, lost wages if you can't work as you recover, as well as the vase that broke.

How a Dedicated NY Parking Lot Injury Attorney Can Help

If you slipped and fell in a parking lot, you may have sustained a knee injury - such as a torn meniscus or dislocated knee cap - that might not start hurting for weeks. A parking lot accident may result in a shoulder and neck injury, such as a torn rotator cuff or bicep tendon, or even a broken collar bone.

If you or a loved one is elderly and took a fall in a parking lot, you could have a broken hip or worse. Call Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, LLP today at (800) 692-3717 or contact us online for a free evaluation. Every conversation is confidential and personalized, and there is no obligation. We help New Yorkers pursue the compensation and closure they need.