In Buffalo Personal Injury Blog, Richard Nicotra

As an experienced Buffalo Accident Lawyer, sometimes I get calls from clients who are injured recreationally, whether they be at Canalside or ice skating at Buffalo Place. The answer really depends on what the condition was that caused the fall or the injury, who contributed to creating that dangerous condition, and whether or not you had notice of it before you fell. With all of these particular claims they are very fact specific, so hiring an attorney immediately is important for the investigation phase.  Also, because a municipality is involved in some regard in most of these recreational facilities, they require an early notice called a notice of claim within 90 days.

Were you recently injured during a recreational activity?  If so, contact experienced Buffalo Accident Lawyer Richard Nicotra.

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