New York Fires Attorneys
Property owners have a legal obligation to reduce the chances of fires breaking out on their property, not to mention to put safety precautions in place to protect people should a fire break out. If these owners don’t take these necessary actions, they may put people on their property at a much higher risk of sustaining injuries from fires. These injuries can be extremely debilitating, causing not only physical pain, but also emotional trauma and financial burdens.
When injured in a fire due to a property owner’s negligence in New York, our fires attorneys at Hach & Rose, LLP, understands that the harm and losses victims often face can be difficult to overcome. Fortunately, a victim might be able to get financial compensation that helps them better cope with these costs and losses.
Fires Caused by Negligent Property Owners
Fires may put guests, residents, or employees at a high risk of sustaining very serious injuries if property owners don’t install the necessary safety devices to prevent these disasters or help mitigate them. The following may be considered unacceptably negligent actions on a property owner’s behalf:
- Failing to install or maintain fire alarms
- Failing to install or maintain sprinkler systems
- Failing to clearly mark fire exits
- Failing to keep fire exits clear of potential obstructions
- Failing to address fire hazards such as improperly installed electrical wiring
These kinds of mistakes may put those on the premises at an increased risk of being injured in the case of a fire. As a result, these injured individuals may hold that property owner responsible for their injuries.
Find out Your Legal Options after a Fire from a New York Lawyer
After your or a loved one has been injured in a fire that could potentially have been prevented, you may be feeling frustrated and uncertain of what to do. With the help of a lawyer from Hach & Rose, LLP, you might be able to pursue legal action against the irresponsible property owner and potentially obtain much-needed financial compensation. Find out how we can help you today by calling (212) 779-0057.