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October 2017 Archives

Preventing slip and fall risks at businesses

Every New Jersey business has a duty to prevent slips, trips and falls on its property. Potentially liable parties following such an accident at a business could include the business owners, property owners and property managers of the premises. Fortunately, there are certain things that these parties can do to prevent injurious accidents.

Pre-existing conditions tied to previous workers' comp claims

Most New Jersey workers have health complaints. Just because you're going to your job day in and day out doesn't mean you're perfectly healthy. However, what happens to a worker when he or she has a prior health compliant caused by a previous job, and it's made worse by his or her current job?

4 categories of victims in premises liability cases

In premises liability law -- when it comes to a slip-and-fall accident -- there are four categories of accident victims. Accident victims may be categorized as invitees, social guests, licensees or trespassers. Here's what these terms mean:

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