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Queens Snow and Ice Injury Attorney

Snow and Ice Injury Winter comes every year and with it comes an increased risk of slipping and falling on ice and snow. However, in many cases, these accidents can be prevented if property owners maintain a safe premises.

At the Law Offices of Barry M. Goldstein, I provide skilled representation for both tourists and residents of New York alike who have suffered a snow and ice injury resulting from a dangerous condition on a premises or failure to maintain a safe premises.

If you have been injured in a premises liability accident involving snow and ice, contact me online or call 888-808-8625 today to schedule a free initial consultation. You will not owe me any fees unless I recover damages for your injuries.

Slip-and-Fall Accidents

I am a Queens, New York, personal injury attorney who has experience handling claims involving:

  • Icy walkways
  • Icy stairways
  • Failure to maintain mats and other outdoor coverings that become soggy or icy
  • Salt and sand accumulation that creates a tripping hazard

Whether you are hit by an icicle or slip on an icy surface, the injuries that result can be serious. With more than 35 years of experience as a personal injury lawyer, I will protect your interests and fight for the compensation you deserve. I know how to hold maintenance companies and building owners responsible for failing to keep a premises safe.

It should never cost you anything to find out if you have a strong case or to learn about your legal options. Call 888-808-8625 or contact me online to schedule a free consultation. My attorney's fees are a percentage of your recovery, so you will not owe me anything unless I recover damages on your behalf.

Office Location

Law Offices of Barry M. Goldstein
125-10 Queens Boulevard
Suite 223
Kew Gardens, NY 11415
Toll Free: 888-808-8625
Fax: 718-793-0782
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