New Jersey Premises Liability Lawyer
Were you injured on another person's property?
Property owners and occupiers have a duty to maintain their property, including businesses and residences, and keep it free of all unsafe hazards that could cause harm to someone. These hazardous conditions include icy walkways, toxic fumes, broken hand railings and dogs not confined by a fence or a leash. The failure of property owners to safely maintain their premises may cause serious injuries and can lead to following types of premises liability cases:
Premises liability is based on the negligence of the property owner or occupier. If the owner or occupier knows about an unreasonably unsafe condition on his or her property and fails to eliminate the condition or to warn people who visit or pass the property for legitimate reasons, then the owner could be considered negligent. If you sustained an injury from an unsafe hazard on another person's property, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, pain and suffering.
Seek Compensation for your Premises Liability Injuries
If you believe the injuries you sustained were due to the property owner's negligence, you should contact a New Jersey personal injury lawyer from The Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq., P.C. Having represented victims throughout the state since 1987, Attorney Bennett has won tens of millions of dollars for injured clients, and can help your family pursue justice. We provide personal attention and compassionate legal counsel to every client, because our firm understands the difficulties victims face during the recovery process.
Attorney Bennett is rated 10.0 Superb by AVVO and has been selected for inclusion in the list of New Jersey Super Lawyers® so you can rest assured that our team has the skill and experience your case needs. If you would like to learn more about your options to pursue fair compensation,
contact a New Jersey premises liability attorney at our firm today!