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Who’s Responsible for My Sidewalk Injury?

Sidewalks are vital for almost every person every day in America. It’s role is being the solid ground below us. When that solid ground doesn’t provide the safety and stability Read More

Is a Landlord Liable for Harm from an “Open and Obvious” Hazard?

Premises liability law requires landlords to make their grounds reasonably safe for visitors by taking steps to discover unsafe conditions and either remove them or provide adequate warning about them. Read More

Is Your Landlord Liable for Your Injuries on His Property?

The answer to this question, like so many others in the legal arena, is “it depends.” The simple fact that your injury occurred on your landlord’s property — or property Read More

Can You Bring a Premises Liability Claim Against a Mall Parking Lot?

Premises liability is the area of the law that makes landlords liable for injuries that occur because of dangerous conditions on their property. So, if you are injured in a Read More

Can You Sue a City When You’ve Been Injured by Slipping and Falling in a Train Station?

If you suffer a slip and fall on the stairs or platform of a train station, you might wonder if the city where the train station is located is responsible Read More

Are Towns in New Jersey Liable for Your Injuries in Their Public Parks

There are two considerations to this question’s answer. The first is whether the mere fact that an injury occurred in a park is enough to make the park responsible to 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

Wheel-off Incidents Among Most Dangerous Truck Accidents

It is common knowledge that tractor-trailers and other large trucks can be dangerous. Their sheer size makes them harder to maneuver, more difficult to avoid and capable of inflicting more Read More

New Jersey Homeowner Liability When Children are Injured in a Pool

When people purchase a home with a swimming pool or have one installed, they are typically thinking about all the fun they and their families will have playing outside in Read More

New Jersey Supreme Court Finds Homeowner’s Association Liable for Slip and Fall on Icy Sidewalk

In a recent decision, the New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that a homeowner’s association can be held liable for injuries caused by icy sidewalks. The lawsuit, Qian v. Toll Read More

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