Rosenberg & Rodriguez, PLLC

 COVID19 Update:

We are here for you especially when COVID-19 is affecting so much of our daily life. We want to make sure that we are available to our clients when you need us. In compliance with Gov. Cuomo’s directive, our office is working remotely. We have remote access to your files and have a program that allows our clients to e-sign documents. In addition, Cuomo’s Executive Order No. 202.7 allows Notarization of documents to be done via VIDEO/AUDIO technology. Although we are a PERSONAL INJURY LAW FIRM, we are offering this service for FREE. Please rest assured that we are continuing to work diligently on your cases and all your phone calls and emails will be returned.


Snow and Ice Accidents

During the winter months, Mother Nature creates slippery and hazardous conditions that we must deal with on a regular basis, such as snow and ice on sidewalks and walkways.

Although property owners cannot control the weather, they can take reasonable steps to deal with natural conditions to prevent injuries to unsuspecting people walking on their property and/or sidewalks.

In fact, New York has laws that require that property owners clear their sidewalks and apply salt and/or sand promptly after a snowfall.

Many property owners live up to this responsibility and clear their sidewalks on a timely basis. Unfortunately, we have all encountered properties where the snow has not been cleared even long after the snow has ceased to fall. Such owners can be legally liable to a person that sustains an injury as a result of slipping and falling on their property.

At Rosenberg & Rodriguez, PLLC, our slip accident lawyers have experience in representing victims that have been injured due to slip and falls on snow and ice conditions.