Burned by Hot Water in NYC Apartment?

This video features Jeffrey S. Antin, a Personal Injury attorney based in New York.

New York Injury Lawyer

Video Transcript:

Rob Rosenthal: 

If someone is injured by the hot water in a New York apartment building, could they have a case to sue? Let's ask New York City lawyer Jeff Antin for an Ask the Lawyers Quick Question.

Jeff Antin: 

Yes, you can have a personal injury case, yes. I mean, it depends upon how hot the water was, how fast... Why it was so hot? How long it took to become that hot, why was it... You didn't determine it was that hot, I mean, we've had cases like this, we've gotten plumbers involved. They're definite. There are definite cases like that for sure.

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