We Can Help You Pursue Compensation After A Slip-And-Fall Accident
Perhaps you were walking through the grocery store and slipped on an unmarked wet spot. Or maybe your landlord routinely failed to repair the stairway railing leading up to your apartment and you fell when it broke. These and numerous other scenarios constitute slip, trip and fall accidents, and if you suffered serious injuries, you may be entitled to compensation.
Hold Negligent Property Owners Accountable With Help From A Lawyer
At the Law Office of Jack L. Stillman, P.A., we understand that after a slip, trip or fall, you may have questions regarding liability and whether you are entitled to compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. When you reach out to us, our principal attorney, Jack Stillman, will be here, ready to answer your questions and offer advice tailored to your case.
We advise and represent clients throughout Monmouth and Middlesex counties.
New Jersey, like other states, requires property owners to maintain reasonably safe conditions in and around their property. For example, if a landlord failed to heed requests to repair a rickety stairway that eventually collapsed, injuring a tenant, that property owner can be held liable for failing to address a known safety hazard. Similarly, if construction is being done to a storefront, signs alerting patrons and passersby of potential hazards must be clearly displayed.
Although many of these safety requirements seem like common sense, accidents resulting from the negligence of property owners are a common occurrence.
Some other common premises liability issues include:
- Loose floor mats, rugs, floorboards or tiles
- Water on the floor
- Poorly lit stairs and entryways
- Cracks and holes in sidewalks or parking lots
- Insufficient security
- Weather-related issues such as icy spots
- Standing water
If you or a loved one suffered an injury due to a slip, trip, fall or another type of accident, don’t assume that you will be stuck paying your medical bills and other accident-related expenses. By working together, we can determine the full extent of your injuries, begin an investigation to determine whether the property owner failed to exercise proper care, and pursue compensation for your injuries. In addition to protecting yourself, it’s important to take action in a premises liability claim to ensure others don’t suffer the same fate.
You Don’t Have To Face This Alone. Contact Us.
For a free consultation, call our Manalapan law office at 732-333-8942. You can also contact us via email by completing our online contact form. We work with clients in Middlesex County, Monmouth County and throughout New Jersey. When you secure our services for your personal injury case, you will pay nothing unless we recover on your behalf.