Injured in a Ceiling Collapse?

Let Our Bronx and Brooklyn Accident Lawyers Stand Up to Your Negligent Landlord

photo of ceiling collapseIn July 2011, two adults and seven children were injured in New York when a three-story home’s ceiling collapsed. Ceiling collapse accidents are often caused by negligence – that is, a landlord failing to correct an unsafe condition. When a ceiling collapses, the people beneath it can be seriously injured or even killed. At the Law Office of Steven Wildstein, P.C., we are happy to help ceiling collapse victims seek justice. If you were injured in a ceiling collapse, rest assured that Bronx and Brooklyn accident lawyer Steven Wildstein will put his 30 years of experience to work for you, fighting to get you the best possible results with or without a trial.

What Causes a Ceiling to Collapse?

Ceiling collapses can be caused by several conditions, including:

  • A leak above the ceiling
  • Too much snow on the roof
  • Installation or workmanship negligence

If your landlord failed to address a dangerous condition before your ceiling collapsed, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Contact the Law Office of Steven Wildstein, P.C. today to have your case evaluated by a knowledgeable Brooklyn and Bronx accident attorney.

Ceiling Collapse Injuries

A ceiling collapse accident can result in the following types of injuries:

  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Spinal cord, neck and back injuries
  • Fractured (broken) bones
  • Knee injuries
  • Concussions

At the Law Office of Steven Wildstein, P.C., we care about your injuries. We will send our investigators to your home or hospital, so you can focus on healing.

Ceiling Collapse Liability

A landlord may be found liable for a ceiling collapse accident if:

  • The landlord caused the condition that led to the collapse
  • The landlord knew or should have known about the condition and did not take appropriate corrective actions

Bronx and Brooklyn accident lawyer Steven Wildstein has the experience necessary to hold your negligent landlord accountable.

Discuss Your Ceiling Collapse Case with a Qualified Attorney Today

The Law Office of Steven Wildstein, P.C. tackles the tough cases — ceiling collapse accidents, slip and falls and trip and falls, police brutality incidents, and scaffold and ladder falls. If you or a loved one was injured or killed in a ceiling collapse accident, we can help you determine if the landlord was negligent and pursue a premises liability claim against him or her. To learn about your rights and to find out whether you may be entitled to compensation, contact the Law Office of Steven Wildstein, P.C. today.

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