A History Of Getting Maximum Compensation From Negligent Landlords
Landlords have an obligation to maintain safe premises for tenants and others such as their guests. The unfortunate reality is that not all landlords take this responsibility seriously, and people suffer serious injuries from a number of preventable maintenance issues such as:
- Falling ceiling
- Broken steps
- Broken windows
- Lack of hand railing
- Failing to remove garbage or debris
- Failing to remove snow or ice
These issues can persist and increase the likelihood that someone will be injured when a landlord fails to regularly inspect his or her property. In some instances, tenants may have complained to the landlord or the city may have cited him or her for a hazard only to have no action taken. Maybe the property is so poorly supervised that hazards continue without repair.
If you, or someone you love, has been injured by a landlord’s negligence, we can help you hold that landlord responsible for your injuries.
Protecting Tenants’ Rights For Over 40 years
At Goldstein & Goldstein, LLP, our attorneys bring more than 40 years of combined experience in helping those who have been injured. We understand that suing your landlord may be a difficult choice to make. We can help you understand your options and what we can do to help you. We are committed to providing our clients with exceptional representation that respects their circumstances and their perspective. Let us put our skill and experience to work for you.
Free Case Evaluations. No Recovery, No Fee.
If you have suffered a serious injury on a rental property, you need to take steps to ensure that you have what you need to recover. The personal injury attorneys of Goldstein & Goldstein, LLP, offer real help and real hope to our clients. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our landlord negligence attorneys, call 973-609-5693 or contact us online.
We represent injured clients on a contingent fee basis. We collect attorney’s fees only if we obtain compensation for you.