Ceiling Collapse Attorneys in New York
Were You Injured in a Ceiling Collapse?
Many different factors can weaken a ceiling, making it prone to collapse. Poor building materials, improper construction techniques, water damage, incorrect ductwork, and termites are just a few. In New York City, property owners have a legal duty to maintain their buildings so that such accidents do not occur. Unfortunately, not all property owners live up to their responsibilities. If you were injured or a loved one was killed by a collapsing ceiling, turn to The Paris Law Group, PC. Our ceiling collapse attorneys in New York have decades of combined experience aggressively representing injury victims like you.
Real Results on Behalf of Real Accident Victims
The Paris Law Group, PC, recently represented a woman who sustained a serious head injury after her bathroom ceiling partially collapsed. As a result of the injury from the collapsing ceiling, she also sustained seizures on three different occasions.
Our lawyers advocated for full compensation for this plaintiff in a full trial before the Supreme Court of Westchester County. Although the defendant claimed that it had no notice of any defects in the ceiling of the rental property, the jury found the defendant 100 percent responsible for the accident. Our client was awarded $500,000 for her injuries.
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If you or someone you love suffered an injury from a collapsing ceiling or roof cave-in, we invite you to contact The Paris Law Group, PC, today for a free consultation.
Call our New York office at (888) 365-4940 or fill out our online contact form. We only charge contingency fees, so you owe nothing unless we recover money for you.
Slip & Fall $11 Million
A well-known cellist was awarded almost $11 million after a slip and fall in a gourmet food market that resulted in injuries that now hamper her ability to play the instrument.
Pedestrian Knockdown $2.8 Million
The client was a pedestrian crossing the street when she was hit by a yellow school bus making a left-hand turn. As a result of the impact, she was forced to fall to the ground and sustained an injury to her shoulder and lower back, both of which resulted in surgeries.
Construction Accident $2.5 Million
We were able to win a jury verdict of $2,500,000 after a pretrial offer of $150,000 for our client who sustained injuries from a construction accident.
Bus Accident $2.1 Million
A mediated settlement was reached on the eve of trial on behalf of the client who was a driver of a motor vehicle which was struck in the rear by a bus.
Pedestrian Accident $2 Million
The client, a young boy, was crossing the street near his home on Staten Island when he slipped on ice in the roadway and was hit by a car.
Car Accident $1.7 Million
The client was an ambulance driver responding to an emergency call. While in the process of making a left-hand turn with the ambulance lights and sirens in operation, he was struck by a vehicle going straight.
Truck Accident $1.5 Million
The client, a 37-year-old man, was struck in the rear by a truck while driving his car and subsequently underwent neck surgery. The defendant claimed the client cut him off. We aggressively litigated the case and on the eve of trial the defendant agreed to pay $1.5 million after previously taking a no-pay position.
Car Accident $1.25 Million
Through aggressive litigation, full policy limits in the amount of $1.25 million were tendered within 14 months of the accident for the injured passenger in a motor vehicle accident. The client was a rear-seat passenger in a motor vehicle that was pulled over on the shoulder of the Staten Island Expressway when it was rear-ended by the defendant in the early morning hours.
Slip & Fall $1.2 Million
The client tripped and fell coming out of a bar in Staten Island, sustaining injuries to her knee, neck, and back. The bar claimed that the accident never happened, and the bar blamed the owner of the premises for the condition of the sidewalk, with the owner of the premises blaming the bar.
Slip & Fall Injury $1 Million
A settlement was reached with a confidential defendant as a result of a fall at work. The client worked as a cash handler collecting money from banks. After picking up a bag of cash from a bank and placing it in the back of his armored vehicle, the security ink packets exploded frightening the client and causing him to fall backward, striking his head against the floor.