Personal Injury Written Notice Statutes in New York State

  • Written Notice Statutes are a problem in cities, counties, and towns
  • In order for an individual to be able to prosecute a claim against the city, county, or town successfully, the location needed a written notice of the alleged situation that caused the individual to fall, and this does not generally happen
  • Let’s say the Mayor of Buffalo falls on city property; Unless someone has written and noticed the city of the defective condition, there can be no claim
  • When it can be proven that this government property caused the injury, a written notice is not required

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