Aggressive Representation Following A Roof Collapse

Many collapses can be traced to gradual structural failure. Cracks appear, water damage is indicated by stains, or chunks of drywall simply crumble away. Unfortunately, a ceiling collapse is often a sudden onset — the danger, appearing out of nowhere. Due to the sudden nature of a roof collapse, victims have little chance to protect themselves. Traumatic brain injuries, crush injuries, amputation and even death can follow a roof or ceiling collapse.

What Factors Can Lead To A Roof Or Ceiling Collapse?

With the changing seasons in New York, numerous factors can lead to devastating structural accidents. These factors include:

  • Failure to remove excess snow and ice, which could lead to a buildup of weight
  • High winds
  • Excess water from storms
  • Water buildup from leaking pipes
  • Building code violations
  • Building fires
  • Failure to maintain property

Kelner & Kelner is a premier New York City personal injury law firm that has obtained some of the largest injury verdicts and settlements in the state. Our lawyers help our clients by leveraging our experience and courtroom skills against negligent individuals, general contractors and manufacturers to pursue maximum compensation after an injury.

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To schedule a no-obligation, no-cost consultation with an experienced construction accident attorney, call (212) 425-0700 or reach us online.

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