If you are injured due to a dangerous condition on a property, whether on a sidewalk, in a store, or in a private home, you may be able to recover damages from the property owner. The owners of properties in New Jersey have a responsibility to maintain their property in a safe condition. If you suspect you were injured due to the negligence of a property owner, please contact us today so that our attorneys can evaluate the facts of your case to determine if you have a valid claim against a property owner and to take immediate action to preserve your right to receive compensation for your injury, medical bills and lost wages.
If you are injured due to a fall, it is imperative that you contact an experienced attorney immediately so that we can evaluate the facts of your case and take swift actions to preserve your legal rights. Your right to recover damages for your injuries in highly fact sensitive, depending on such factors as the type of condition that caused your fall and the type of property you fell on.
Whether you fall on a wet floor, uneven sidewalk, ice, or other hazard, we will meet with you to listen to the facts of your case, take steps to investigate your claim, and advise you about the viability of your claim and your options for recovery.
We represent individuals who are injured after falling in many locations, including:
A fall can be caused by many dangerous conditions, including uneven sidewalks, pot holes, wet floors, and ice. If you were injured in a fall, contact our attorneys today.
A public entity is responsible for injuries caused by a dangerous condition of its property under the Tort Claims Act. We have successfully handled many cases under the Tort Claims Act and are knowledgeable about the elements necessary to bring a claim. If you are injured due to a dangerous condition on public property, New Jersey law requires that a Notice of Claim is filed with the public entity responsible for the dangerous condition within 90 days of an injury. If the Notice is not filed, a claim will be barred. If you have been injured on public property, please call our office as soon after your injury as possible. We will immediately set up an appointment with you to go over the facts of your case and take steps to file a Notice of Claim with the proper entities to ensure your rights are protected.
Snow and ice present a serious safety hazard to pedestrians, especially black ice which is hard to detect. A slip and fall on snow or ice can result in serious injuries, resulting in expensive medical bills, lost time from work, and permanent disabilities. Property owners have a legal responsibility to keep their premises free of ice and snow. If you have been injured due to a fall on snow or ice, call us today for a free consultation.