Property owners in New York State have an obligation to maintain their premises in a reasonably safe condition. Individuals and businesses have a responsibility to ensure that walkways, aisles and stairs are safe for customers and residents. Construction managers and contractors have an obligation to ensure the safety of their workers and anyone else lawfully on the site. Electrical hazards present a risk of fire and electrocution. Landlords and businesses have a responsibility to keep their buildings free from harmful chemicals, toxins and other harmful substances, such as asbestos, mold, lead and carbon monoxide. We work closely with architects, engineers and other safety professionals to be sure that all critical building code and safety issues are uncovered. We have the resources and experience necessary to protect you and your family from the negligent conduct of others.
If you have been injured as a result of a dangerous condition on someone else’s property, contact The Mills Law Firm, LLP by phone at (518) 373-9900.