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Ceiling Collapse Attorneys in New York, NY

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Paris & Chaikin, PLLC

225 W. 34th Street
(14 Penn Plaza)
Suite 2202
New York, NY 10122-2202646-741-4005
Firm Website For:Ceiling Collapse Attorneys in New York, NY

Ceiling Collapse Overview

Few people walk into a room and worry about the condition of the ceiling. Few people even bother to look up. We all assume that the property conditions are safe, otherwise the property owner would have taken action to correct the situation.

Unfortunately, our assumptions are sometimes wrong.

Not all property owners or managers make the effort to regularly inspect their buildings and fix any problems. This means that a variety of problems that contribute to collapsing ceilings can go unchecked. Some contributing factors to ceiling collapses include:

  • Water damage
  • Poor duct work
  • Termites
  • Faulty construction
  • Improper building materials

If you or someone you love was injured by a ceiling collapse, turn to the premises liability law firm of Paris & Chaikin, PLLC. Based in Manhattan, we represent injury victims in all the boroughs of New York City. We are bold and knowledgeable trial lawyers who have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of clients. In one recent case, we recovered $500,000 for a woman who suffered a head injury and seizures due to a collapsing bathroom ceiling.

Call our New York City attorneys at 646-741-4005 for a free, no-obligation consultation. We only charge contingency fees, so you owe us nothing unless we recover compensation for you.

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Areas of Practice

  • Ceiling Collapse
  • Personal Injury
  • Premises Liability
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