FAQ Category: Slip and Fall

New York is a pure comparative fault state. That means your compensation can be reduced if you were partially to blame. The court determines fault in percentages, so for example, if you were 30 percent at fault, your compensation would be reduced by 30 percent. Never admit fault after a…

There’s no way of saying upfront. It depends on your injuries and how they affect you. Our firm will enlist the help of various professionals to calculate medical expenses and lost income (past, present, and expected), tabulate all expenses related to the injury (from transportation costs to any expenditure for…

In many cases, New York state workplace injury rules limit employees to workers’ compensation when it comes to relief for medical expenses and lost wages. However, there are many circumstances under which you may have other legal options. For example: If your fall was caused by negligence on the part…