Stairway Accidents in NY


Stairs may seem a commonplace fact of everyday life, but a poorly maintained set of stairs can become treacherous. Every day in New York there is a new victim of a staircase injury. If you’ve been injured in a stairway accident, you may be entitled to compensation for the injuries that you sustained, your medical bills, lost wages, and the pain and suffering that you have endured. The trip and fall attorneys at Kaplan Lawyers PC have decades of experience investigating stairway accidents and can determine the cause of the fall and if the stairs comply with the rules and regulations that are required.

New York State Stairway Injury Attorneys

You may be asking yourself whether or not you qualify. At Kaplan Lawyers PC, we specialize in all trip and fall injuries and our experienced staff has handled all types of staircase-related cases. We understand the pain and suffering these unexpected accidents cause, and we are here to ensure that if your injuries were caused by someone else’s negligence that you receive the financial compensation that you are entitled to. We have successfully represented injury claims for all of the following staircase hazards:

  • Wobbly, chipped, or uneven steps
  • Defective handrails or banisters
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Worn or loosely gathered carpet threads
  • Disproportioned step height / depth
  • Violation of proper security codes / regulations

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No one can anticipate or prepare for a freak injury. So if you suffer from one, it’s best to have an experienced team of attorneys fighting to protect your rights. If your fall was directly caused by someone else’s failure to maintain safe conditions on their premises, you are entitled to be compensated for the pain and suffering you’ve endured. Contact the stairway accident attorneys at Kaplan Lawyers PC; the consultation is free and you pay no fee unless we win your case.

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(212) 563-1900 (NYC)
(516) 399-2364 (Nassau County)
(347) 758-9011 (Brooklyn)
(631) 619-5309 (Suffolk County)
(917) 382-9212 (Queens)