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New Jersey Premises Liability Laws

In the case of property maintenance, property owners are expected to maintain their premises in a safe manner for all prospective guests, customers, or invitees. When a hazardous condition occurs, property owners must post warning signs about the condition until it can be quickly and safely remedied.

Some examples of premises liability claims may include:

  • Insufficient lighting: Poorly lit stairwells can lead to slip-and-fall injuries.
  • Uneven walkways: Broken or cracked sidewalks can cause trip-and-fall injuries.
  • Accumulations of snow or ice: Uncleared snow or ice on walkways can lead to slip-on-ice injuries.
  • Slippery floors: A slippery or wet surface can lead to falls resulting in fractures
  • Unsafe structural conditions: These can include crumbling stairs, broken revolving doors, malfunctioning escalators, unsafe elevators, unsecured scaffolding, and defective railways or ramps.
  • Falling objects: Unsecured store merchandise can fall from overhead shelves and cause serious injuries.
  • Improperly placed displays: These are common causes of shopping center accidents.
  • Inadequate security: Property owners who fail to provide adequate security measures can encourage violent assaults on the premises.
  • Parking lot falls
  • Toxic fumes or substances
  • Lead poisoning
  • Fire hazards
  • Plants or trees that obscure drivers’ views
  • Attractive nuisances: Dangerous objects, such as cars, can seem inviting to children.
  • Violations of building codes
  • Dog attacks: Property owners may be liable for a dog bite if they fail to confine their dog with a fence or leash.
  • Construction debris: Construction sites are particularly dangerous and prone to construction accidents.
  • Amusement Park Accidents
  • Exposed electrical equipment: Exposed wiring can lead to electrocution.
  • Swimming pool injuries: A swimming-related injury can occur in public or private pools.

Our firm’s experienced personal injury lawyers have the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to help you achieve a favorable outcome in your claim. When you reach out to our team, we begin by scheduling a free initial consultation to discuss your accident, injuries, and damages. From there, we can help you determine the next best legal step in your situation. With Keith Zaid’s 37+ years of experience, proven record of success, and award-winning counsel on your side, you can rest assured knowing your case is in reliable hands.