Lawsuit Alleges Parking Garage Negligence Caused Poughkeepsie Man’s Trip and Fall Injuries


georgetown_square_negligence_claimA Poughkeepsie, New York man has filed a lawsuit alleging he was injured in a trip and fall due to negligent conditions at the parking garage on the premises of Georgetown Square Condominiums in Poughkeepsie, New York.

According to the complaint, the plaintiff, a tenant of the building, tripped and fell in the condominium’s garage on February 29, 2012. The lawsuit alleges that he suffered severe and permanent injuries caused by dangerous and defective conditions on the premises of the parking lot and condominium. The complaint says the tenant suffered pain, shock, and mental anguish as a result of his injury, and that he will need ongoing medical care and attention, at considerable expense. The lawsuit alleges that the plaintiff was and continues to be unable to perform normal activities and that there was no negligence whatsoever on his part.

Parker Waichman LLP filed the suit on the injured man’s behalf on May 22, 2012 in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, Dutchess County (Case No. 2008748). Georgetown Square Condominiums, Howard Himelstein, Emily Z. Himelstein, River Management Development and Realty, Inc., were named as defendants.