It is taken for granted that owners of businesses, private homes and other properties will do their best to prevent and remove conditions which might cause harm to someone. Unfortunately, sometimes property owners and occupants are thoughtless or reckless in creating or failing to remedy these hazardous conditions. New Jersey law (and some Federal regulations) makes property owners and occupants legally responsible for remedying any type of hazardous condition on their premises, including:
This responsibility extends to everyone who visits or passes the property for a legitimate purpose, including customers, social guests, employees and passers-by. Property owners and operators are legally responsible for removing unsafe conditions within a reasonable amount of time after they learned of them, or should have known of their existence. Visitors must also be properly warned of the dangers.
Property hazards can cause a variety of accidents, including car crashes, serious falls, dog attacks, toxic exposure and violent crimes. They can cause wrongful deaths as well as head and spinal injuries, broken bones, permanent scarring and other grave injuries.
If you were hurt because a property's owner or operator failed to fulfill these duties, you have the right to hold them responsible for any serious injuries that result by pursuing a New Jersey hazardous conditions lawsuit. A New Jersey hazardous conditions lawsuit can help compensate you for these injuries and the pain and suffering they cause, as well as for your medical bills and other costs caused by the accident.
Founded in 1929, the law firm of Blume Forte has nearly eight decades of experience helping injured New Jersey residents secure compensation for serious injuries. We're proud to be able to say that we've obtained more than $320 million for our clients in just the last 5 years alone. With experience in the complex medical and legal issues raised by lawsuits surrounding a serious injury; most of our attorneys have special professional Certifications by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as Civil Trial Attorneys. We have four offices conveniently located in Red Bank, North Bergen, Jersey City and Chatham.
If you were seriously injured because of a hazardous condition on someone else's property in New Jersey, contact an experienced lawyer at Blume Forte at (973) 635-5400 today for a free consultation.
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