Have you been injured by a ceiling collapse? Falling ceilings can cause serious injuries. Collapsed ceilings which occur due to the negligence of a building landlord or superintendent may be grounds for a lawsuit. If you have been injured by a falling ceiling you will want to find an attorney who handles falling ceiling cases. Ceilings usually fall because the become too heavy. The most common reason that a portion of a ceiling falls is that there is a leak above the ceiling. Usually the leak is an ongoing problem and the tenant has complained to the builing landlord or super many times before the ceiling collapses. In rarer circumstances ceilings have collapsed from too much snow on the roof, too much duct work, or even from multiple dropped ceilings being installed over the years. At Zalman Schnurman & Miner our attorneys have handled many collapsing and falling ceiling lawsuits. Call us for a free consultation regarding injuries from collapsing ceiling cases. Ceiling collapses can cause serious injuries. Because the victim is often hit in the head a traumatic brain injury or concussion can often occur. Lacerations (cuts), bruises, and even broken bones are also common. When the collapsing ceiling is heavy enough, even death can occur from a falling ceiling. If you are struck by a piece of ceiling in New York, and injured, you will want to call a New York attorney who handles falling ceiling cases. Zalman Schnurman & Miner P.C. is a New York law firm that concentrates in personal injury actions such as ceiling collapses, construction accidents, motor vehicle accidents, bicycle accidents, premises liability, trip and falls, slip and falls, snow and ice cases, medical malpractice, traumatic brain injuries, etc. Learn more at www.1800Lawline.com, or contact us at 1-800-LAWLINE, or 1-800-529-5463 Zalman Schnurman & Miner P.C. handles personal injury actions in New York City, Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Nassau County, Suffolk County, Westchester County, and Rockland County. We can often refer you to attorneys in other areas that we have worked with in the past. The information provided here is for informational purposes only and is not meant as legal advice or to cover all possible facts or factors. An attorney should be consulted to discuss specific facts and laws.