Your New Jersey Lawyers For Premises Liability
Premises liability is the legal name for accidents that occur in stores, apartment complexes, malls, hospitals, professional offices, and any other place (premise) that you visit for the benefit of the owner/operator at that location.
When you are at the mall, you are a customer; when you go to a bar/restaurant, you are a customer; and when you go to the hospital, you are a customer. If the walkways are slippery, the lighting is poor, the security inadequate, or if any unsafe condition exists, you may have a lawsuit against the person in control of the location where the accident happened. This legal concept, which encompasses the property owner, the business owner, the landlord, etc., is known as “Premises Liability.”
If you have been injured as a result of an unsafe condition in the above-mentioned premises, you should give us a call to discuss whether you have a premises liability case.
Common Premises Liability Claims In NJ
Below are a few examples of premises liability claims that we specialize in:
- Amusement park ride failures
- Commercial property with poor maintenance – apartment or condominium complex, supermarkets, hospitals
- Elevator or escalator failure
- Exposure to poisons or hazardous substances
- Falling or crumbling ceilings
- Hazardous or unsafe walkways
- Insufficient security
- Slips, trips and falls
- Snow or ice conditions
- Unsafe construction zones
- Unsafe structures
- …and many others.
Contact Us Today
After an accident, it is easy to feel overwhelmed, especially when you do not have anyone fighting on your behalf to protect your rights. With decades of combined legal experience handling nothing other than personal injury matters, we are uniquely qualified to not only handle your case, but to also guide you safely through the entire personal injury litigation process.
We are Your Neighbors, Your Lawyers for premises liability cases. Feel free to call us at one of our eight convenient neighborhood locations, or chat with us today to discuss your premises liability claim.