Jaroslawicz and Jaros have commenced an action against a New York City restaurant called, Clyde Frazier’s Wine and Dine – named after and apparently owned, at least in part, by the former New York Knickerbocker’s basketball player Walt (Clyde) Frazier. The restaurant is located on Tenth Avenue in Manhattan near Madison Square Garden where “Clyde” Frazier is a sports announcer for the Knicks. A slip and fall incident inside of the restaurant led to our NYC personal injury lawyers to pursue a personal injury claim on behalf of the injured party. The person was injured while trying to carry materials down a ramp leading to an exit of the restaurant. It was dark and the ramp was in a state of disrepair and he was caused to fall and be seriously injured. The personal injury claim is that the owner of the building and operator of the restaurant had a duty to provide a safe place to work and a ramp which was in proper repair without cracks and with proper lighting. If you’ve been involved and injured in an accident on someone else’s property, you might be eligible to seek compensation for premises liability.
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