Pursuing Compensation After Suffering From A Building Code Violation
When construction companies build a building, they need to obey the laws that pertain to the construction process. These laws dictate how someone can erect a building and benefit the people who enter the building. When property owners or construction companies fail to build to code, and it causes you to suffer a serious injury, you need help to get the compensation you deserve.
At Godosky & Gentile, P.C., our New York attorneys have decades of combined legal experience in personal injury representation, and we are ready to put that experience to work for you. You can trust our team to fight for you through every step of your claim.
Did You Suffer From A Code Violation?
It can be hard to recognize that your injury was the result of a building code violation or that the property owner or manager is accountable for your injuries and the resulting consequences. Common examples of building code violation injuries include:
- Inadequate handrailing
- Poorly made staircases
- Uneven floors
- Poorly maintained elevators/escalators
- Snow and ice
- Poor lighting
- Poor plumbing/broken pipes
- Mold/other health hazards
There are too many instances of managers and owners sweeping these violations under the rug and tenants and guests suffering the consequences. What makes it worse is when the victims of these accidents are not aware that they may have a lucrative compensation claim on their hands and resort to paying for their expenses out of their own pocket. We do not want to see this happen to another victim of these accidents, and we can help you earn the funds you need to cover the costs of your injuries.
Trust In Our Experience
We know how difficult it can be to hold property owners and landlords accountable for their actions, and we are not afraid of going through the necessary fight to earn the settlement you deserve. Come meet with us to learn more about how we can help you. Call us at 212-742-9700 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation today.