Were You Injured in a Grocery Store, Retail Store or Other Shopping Area?
Premises liability accidents in New York supermarkets and retail stores often involve slips, trips and falls resulting from improper cleanup, insufficient maintenance, inadequate supervision, lack of proper security measures and other forms of negligence. In these cases, New York premises liability law may provide the injured party with legal recourse. Such accidents may stem from:
- Liquid spilled on floors
- Freshly waxed floors
- Defective escalators
- Misleveled elevators
- Poorly stacked items on shelves
- Boxes or debris in walkways
- Uneven or defective stairs
New York store owners also have a duty to provide reasonable security to people on their property. When the failure to provide adequate security results in assault or injury, there may be grounds for a negligent security lawsuit. This can include assaults or injuries in the store itself or, more commonly, in its parking lot.
At Block O'Toole & Murphy, we are devoted to helping individuals throughout the state recover maximum compensation for the injuries they have sustained because of the negligence of grocery store owners, retail store property managers and others. With more than $850 million* recovered for past clients, our New York supermarket accident attorneys know how to focus on results while still providing high-quality, individualized service to each and every client.
To read a full list of our successful results, please view our Verdicts and Settlements page.
Call a Retail Store Accident Attorney Serving New York
If you or someone you love was seriously harmed in a negligence-related slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accident in a retail store of any kind, schedule a FREE consultation with the experienced premises liability lawyers at Block O'Toole & Murphy today. Call our New York City office at 212-736-5300, or contact us online.
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*Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.