LONG ISLAND Slip and Fall Accident Lawyers

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Long Island Slip and Fall Accident Lawyers

Slip and fall accidents refer to situations where a person gets injured after slipping or tripping and falling on someone else’s property. When these accidents are caused by the negligence of the property owner or the tenant of the property, you may be entitled to receive compensation for your damages in a premises liability lawsuit.

Premises liability laws require property owners to maintain safe conditions for guests and visitors. Failure to uphold this responsibility can make the negligent property owner liable for your damages.

Long Island slip and fall accident lawyer Marc Albert has more than 20 years of experience handling cases involving slip and fall accidents. He understands the serious nature of the injuries that can often be caused by these accidents, and he will litigate your case aggressively in order to obtain the just and fair compensation that your injuries deserve.

Some of our Long Island slip and fall accident law firm’s more recent slip and fall premises liability victories include:

$1.4M verdict for slip and fall victim at the Met Life Building;

$850k settlement for slip and fall victim at city park;

$816k settlement for victim of fall at Empire State Building;

$600k settlement for victim of slip and fall at construction site;

$250k settlement for victim of slip and fall at restaurant/bar;


Slip and fall accidents can occur almost anywhere. Whether you are on public property or visiting someone’s private home, the property owner has the same obligation to take reasonable care to ensure your safety. This includes discovering dangerous conditions and fixing them in a timely manner. Our Long Island slip and fall lawyers can help, if you feel the property owner was negligent.

The following dangerous conditions commonly cause slip and fall accidents:

  • Uneven sidewalks
  • Potholes
  • Poorly lit or unmarked pathways or stairs
  • Wet floors
  • Unbalanced flooring
  • Rippled carpet
  • Obstructions on the floor
  • Tripping hazards
  • Cracked or uneven stairways
  • Snowy or icy sidewalks


Proving negligence on the part of a premises owner or tenant in a slip and fall case requires evidence on several issues. First, you must show that a dangerous condition existed on the premises. Second, you must show that the dangerous condition was a cause of your accident and resultant injuries. Finally, you must demonstrate that the property owner or tenant had notice of the dangerous condition and was negligent in failing to repair it. One of the most important roles of an Long Island slip and fall attorney is to gather evidence proving the other party was at fault.

In order to prove the last of these points, that of notice, your lawyer must establish one of three points:

  • The property owner created the condition which caused your injury
  • The property owner knew the dangerous condition existed and failed to correct it
  • The dangerous condition existed long enough that the property owner should have reasonably discovered and fixed it prior to the time your slip and fall accident occurred


Marc Albert has been fighting for the rights of personal injury victims throughout the New York area for more 20 years. During that time, he has developed a strong track record of success, earning numerous multimillion dollar verdicts and settlements for his clients.

Mr. Albert is committed to providing the highest levels of personalized care and will always give your case the attention it deserves. He will be personally involved in handling every aspect of your case from start to finish. While Mr. Albert is always willing to discuss the settlement of your case with the adverse party, he will not settle a case unless he believes doing so is in your best interests and you are happy with the result. He prepares each and every case as though it is going to trial, and he has the extensive trial experience necessary to pursue your compensation in court.

Please contact us today to schedule your free initial consultation. Marc Albert serves clients throughout the New York City metropolitan area from his offices in Queens, Manhattan, and Long Island.

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