Slip and Fall Accident Attorney

Slip and Fall Accident Compensation

If you are a New York City or Long Island worker who slipped and fell – this is very unfortunate. They can happen anytime, and unexpectedly! Know that you might have a right to compensation for your injuries and losses under New York State workers’ compensation law.

It might be challenging to navigate through your legal options in your slip-and-fall case. Thus, a slip-and-fall accident lawyer provides legal services to individuals who have been injured as a result of a slip-and-fall accident, and increases your chances to obtain the biggest compensation in accordance with the law.

The Law Offices of Edmond J. Hakimian, PC stands by your side. The goal of our slip-and-fall accident lawyers are to help injured persons obtain the compensation they need to cover their medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages.

We will investigate, document, negotiate, litigate, and represent your slip and fall case in New York City and Long Island.

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Workers We Represent in Slip and Fall Accident Cases

Slip and fall accidents are one of the most common accidents to happen in the workplace. These unfortunate cases apply to almost all professions in various sectors of the New York State economy. If you work in one of the following professions and have been injured due to a slip and fall accident at work, you are protected by New York State Workers Compensation Law.

Construction Workers

Work on uneven or unstable surfaces, which can result in slip and fall accidents.

Restaurant Workers

Could encounter wet or slippery floors while working, which can increase the risk of slip and fall accidents.

Hospitality Workers

Could encounter wet or slippery floors while working, which can increase the risk of falling.

Retail Workers

Work on hard floors for extended periods, which can result in slip and fall accidents, especially if the floors are wet or poorly maintained.

Healthcare workers

May be required to move quickly and frequently as well as could encounter wet or slippery floors, which can increase the risk of slip and fall accidents.

Cleaning and Janitorial Workers

Work with wet floors and use cleaning chemicals, which can increase the risk of slipping and falling.

Warehouse Workers

Often work on or near slippery surfaces, which can increase the risk of slipping or falling.

Factory Workers

Often work around heavy machinery, which can increase the risk of slip and fall accidents.

Office Workers

Office workers may be at risk of slip and fall accidents if the floors are wet, uneven, or poorly maintained.


Other possible workers of various professions became victims of slip and fall accidents.

Slip and Fall Common Injuries

It’s important for employers to take steps to prevent slip and fall accidents in the workplace as they can result in a range of injuries, from minor bruises and cuts to more serious injuries that can be life-changing. These injuries can have a significant impact on all aspects of a worker’s life, including physical and emotional well-being, financial standing, as well as their ability to work and perform daily activities. However, if you were unfortunate and got one of these injuries as a result of a workplace slip and fall accident you will find it helpful to get the workers’ compensation you deserve. Here are some of the most common injuries associated with slip and fall accidents in the workplace.

Sprains and Strains

A fall accident can cause sprains and strains to muscles and ligaments, particularly in the ankles, wrists, and knees.


A fall can result in fractures, particularly in the arms, wrists, hips, and legs.

Back and Spinal Cord Injuries

A fall can cause injuries to the back and spinal cord, which can result in chronic pain, limited mobility, or even paralysis.

Head Injuries

A fall accident can cause head injuries ranging from minor concussions to traumatic brain injuries, which can be life-threatening.

Cuts and Bruise

A fall accident can cause cuts, bruises, and abrasions, which can be painful and require medical attention.

Emotional Trauma

A fall accident can also cause emotional trauma, such as anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).


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