Proving Fault In Slip-And-Fall Cases: What is Reasonable?
To prove fault, the injured party must prove that the property owner/possessor did not act reasonably. To do this, we suggest asking questions like: How long did the dangerous condition exist? Did the person responsible for the property regularly inspect or clean the property? Was there a precaution that could have been taken to eliminate […]
How To Prove Fault In A Slip And Fall Accident/Case
Every slip and fall case is different, but in each one fault must be determined. It is generally the responsibility of the injured party to prove that the accident was caused by a dangerous condition or negligence. HOW TO PROVE FAULT Proving fault in a slip and fall case can be difficult. First, it must […]
Buttafuoco and Associates Seeks To File $300 million Lawsuit Against Con Edison on behalf of the Victims of the Fatal Harlem Gas Leak Explosion
New York, NY, April 3, 2014 — Daniel P. Buttafuoco and Associates filed the first in a series of personal injury/wrongful death lawsuits against Consolidated Edison (“Con Ed”) in relation to the tragic gas leak explosion at the Spanish Christian Church in Harlem. The suit seeks damages in excess of $300 million on behalf of […]