Piergrossi & Peterman, LLP
Representing Citizens of New York since 1967
As residents of the New York City metropolitan area, elevators are a part of our daily lives. We step into them, choose our floor and wait; never giving a second thought to the potential dangers we could be facing. In fact, elevator accidents are far more common than many of us would believe.
If you were seriously injured or lost a loved one in an elevator accident, it is extremely important to seek legal representation as quickly as possible. Evidence needs to be preserved. Witnesses need to be interviewed. Your rights need to be protected.
For more than 40 years, Piergrossi & Peterman, LLP has represented clients injured in elevator accidents throughout the New York City metropolitan area. As a law firm devoted solely to the practice of personal injury law, our attorneys have the knowledge, skill and resources needed to achieve results.
Contact us at 718-515-6000 to schedule a free consultation. You will not be responsible for legal fees unless we recover compensation for your elevator accident claim. Se habla español.
Property owners are responsible for providing a safe environment for their guests. This includes ensuring that the necessary maintenance and repairs have been performed on the elevator. If a property owner fails to perform this maintenance or make a repair, they may be held civilly liable for any injuries suffered in an elevator accident.
At CPP, we only accept a limited number of personal injury or wrongful death cases at a time. We do this because we are dedicated to providing our clients with personalized attention and individualized representation. When we take a case, we fully prepare for trial and we fight to win.
Contact our offices to schedule a free consultation. We will meet with you at a time and place that fits your needs.
We handle these cases on a contingency basis. This means that you pay no legal fees unless we secure compensation. We also accept referrals from other law practices seeking to help their clients recover full compensation for injuries.