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How the Ongoing Storm Doctrine Affects Landowner’s Liability for Not Clearing Snow and Ice

Commercial property owners and managers must keep their premises and public walkways free of snow and ice accumulation. This is part of a landowner’s general duty to exercise ordinary, reasonable Read More

Top Causes of Supermarket Slip and Fall Accidents

When you’re shopping in your local supermarket, your eyes are focused on shelves, freezers and other merchandise locations. You’re also navigating your cart through aisles and around other shoppers and Read More

American Dream Pool Accident Shows Hidden Hazards at Amusement Parks

New Jersey’s amusement parks and water parks are among the busiest in the nation. A Bureau of Economic Analysis report showed that the Garden State’s attractions brought in $224 million Read More

Big Box Stores Can Be Rife With Slip and Fall Hazards

Every day, millions of Americans visit big box stores to pick up anything from groceries to clothes to electronics to tools. While superstores like Target, Walmart, Costco and Home Depot Read More

Astroworld Tragedy Points Up Liability of Concert Promoters and Organizers

On November 5, 2021, at the Astroworld Festival in Houston, Texas, 10 people died as a result of asphyxiation when the tightly-packed crowd stampeded toward the stage during a performance Read More

Can You Sue an Office Building for Elevator or Escalator Injuries?

If you are injured in an elevator or escalator accident, there are several potential defendants who might be liable for your injuries. However, where liability attaches depends greatly on the Read More

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