Your Law Firm For Maximum Financial Recovery After A Serious Fall
The legal term “premises liability” refers to certain types of accidents that occur on another party’s property. If you were injured because you fell on the ice in front of a store, that could be called a premises liability accident. The owner of the premises could be liable for your injuries. There are numerous types of premises liability accidents. However, the law in this area is complicated and the New Jersey legal system can be difficult to navigate. That’s why you need to talk with a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer about your premises liability case.
We Handle Premises Liability Cases
The experienced New Jersey personal injury lawyers at Morris County law firm of McHugh & Imbornone, P.A. Law Office, help clients who suffered injuries on another’s property because of negligence. We will do the needed investigation and research into your property accident to identify the liable party and build a strong case for compensation for your injuries and related expenses.
Examples Of Common Premises Liability Cases
Our attorneys have helped clients who suffered slip-and-fall injuries and other injuries because of property conditions such as:
- Broken stairs and railings
- Dog bites
- Unmarked slippery or wet floors
- Uneven floors and torn or loose carpeting
- Icy and snow-covered stairs, entrances and walkways
- Broken lighting
- Broken pavement
- Obstacles such as debris
- Malfunctioning elevators and escalators
- Inadequate security such as broken/damaged fences and nonfunctional lighting
These are the most common types of property conditions that lead to injuries in New Jersey premises liability accidents. When the property owner knows about the problem and fails to take action and someone is subsequently injured because of that failure, the victim may be eligible for compensation under the law.
Everyday Places Where Premises Liability Accidents Can Occur
Our clients have suffered injuries on premises such as:
- Swimming pools
- Amusement parks
- Government buildings
- Private homes
- Apartment complexes
Different types of property have different standards of liability. For example, public buildings such as government offices may not be liable in the same way as a commercial establishment. Issues such as these can make premises liability cases more complex than other types of New Jersey injury cases. Our managing partner, Salvatore Imbornone Jr., was an insurance company attorney in the early years of his career. He now uses his experience and knowledge of the insurance industry to help clients who were injured as a result of dangerous property conditions.
Injured In An Accident On Someone Else’s Property? Free Consultations.
If you were injured in an accident on dangerous property in Mount Olive, Roselle Park, Jersey City or anywhere else in New Jersey, your situation could be made much easier by consulting with a qualified New Jersey personal injury lawyer. The premises liability attorneys at McHugh & Imbornone, P.A. Law Office, are prepared to help you with your personal injury claim. Call us now at 973-966-1520 or contact us online.