People are injured and killed every day as a result of dangerous conditions in buildings or other manmade hazards. From quadriplegia resulting from a fall into an unguarded hole, to simple slip and falls resulting in broken hips, knees, and ankles, Robert Neuberger has handled many types of dangerous premises cases. Claims may be made against hotels, shopping centers, and other businesses who have a known problem with crime on their property, but fail to protect their customers. Each type of case is unique. Liability may involve building, electrical, or other safety codes, or turn on whether the landowner knew or should have known of the dangerous condition on his premises.
Robert Neuberger represents individuals involved in controversies concerning injury to a person’s body, rights, reputation, or property resulting from automobile accidents, boating accidents, defective products, negligence, and dangerous conditions. Examples are:
When doctors, hospitals, dentists, nurses, or other healthcare providers are negligent, it is called “malpractice.” But doctors and other medical care professionals are not responsible for a bad result in the absence of negligence. Whether the “standard of care” has been breached is usually a question to be resolved by other expert doctors. Medical malpractice cases are difficult and expensive to litigate. Robert Neuberger works closely with leading medical and diagnostic specialists from around the country. Consequently, even in the most complicated medical negligence cases, his firm is able to provide the sophisticated preparation and trial work essential to success.