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Inadequate Lighting Injury Lawyer in NYC

When you are entering or leaving a hotel, apartment, parking lot or other property at night, adequate lighting can make the difference between getting to where you want to go safely — or suffering a serious injury. What you can’t see can hurt you.

If you have suffered an injury due to inadequate lighting, the owner, lessee, or other person having charge of the property may be responsible for your losses. At The Law Office of Richard M. Kenny in Manhattan, our lawyers represent people who are injured due to property owner negligence. Call (212) 421-0300 for a free initial consultation.

Is The Property Owner Responsible?

The law holds owners and others who are responsible for maintaining a property accountable for injuries caused by unsafe conditions. This area of law is known as premises liability. Here are a few examples of injuries that may be caused by inadequate lighting:

  • An assault made possible by a poorly lit parking lot or another area that gave the attacker a place to hide.
  • Falls on stairways caused by missing or inadequate lighting
  • Trip-and-fall accidents that happen because the injured person was unable to see an obstacle

Injuries caused by unsafe property conditions are usually covered by a business’s general liability insurance. However, cases involving property owner negligence can be highly contested. Insurance companies do not pay large damage claims without a fight. For this reason, it’s important to seek legal representation as soon as possible. Our lawyers have recovered more than $100 million in compensation for our clients in all types of personal injury and wrongful death cases.

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To discuss your case with an attorney at our firm, call (212) 421-0300 or complete our contact form. We represent injured people and their families throughout the New York City area.

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Whether you need a car accident lawyer, slip and fall lawyer or legal representation for any type of accident, the NYC personal injury lawyers at The Law Office of Richard M. Kenny can help. Located in New York City, we've helped thousands of individuals throughout the Bronx, Brooklyn (Kings County), Manhattan, Queens and Nassau County recover the compensation they need to receive proper medical care, treatment and quality of life after serious injury.

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If you've been injured due to the negligence or wrong-doing of another, we can provide you and your loved ones with the legal support needed to ensure proper medical attention, long-term treatment and fair, reasonable financial compensation is received for your personal injury. The initial consultation is always free. For immediate assistance, call (212) 421-0300.

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