Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: Who’s Liable?

Posted January 23rd, 2019 by .

Categories: Premises Liability.

Everyone who knows about carbon monoxide knows that it is quite dangerous, especially in an enclosed location. For those who don’t know, carbon monoxide, or CO, is a colorless, odorless gas that is typically the byproduct of fuel burned in our vehicles and heating sources. This gas, when inhaled, can be poisonous to the body. […]

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The Impending Danger of Natural Gas Explosions

Posted January 11th, 2019 by .

Categories: Premises Liability.

We don’t hear about gas explosions often; but when they do occur, it can cause massive damage. Not only could you be severely injured, but you could lose a loved one or your home. And with 70,000 miles of pipelines crisscrossing the Garden State, the possibility of one occurring very soon is likely. According to […]

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Slip and Fall on the Stairs? You May Have a Lawsuit

Posted December 4th, 2018 by .

Categories: Premises Liability, Slip and Falls.

It’s late at night. You leave your third-floor apartment and head to the darkened stairwell. You’ve told your landlord several times that lightbulbs had burned out in the stairs, but he has yet to replace them. As you gingerly step down the stairs, your foot misses one of the steps. You stumble and fall down […]

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When Your Child Gets Hurt at a Friend’s House

Posted December 3rd, 2018 by .

Categories: Premises Liability.

Your child is now old enough that you trust him or her to be at a friend’s house without you looking over their shoulder. You are excited for them, but you are even more excited to spend a few hours to yourself. But still, entrusting your child’s care with someone else can be nerve-wracking. As […]

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Premises Liability Issues on a College Campus

Posted November 7th, 2018 by .

Categories: Premises Liability.

Going to college is hard enough as it is, but what happens if (and when) you get injured on campus? Unfortunately, injuries on college campuses are a major issue for students and faculty. Many campuses, especially here in New Jersey, are older and not very well maintained. Those issues can cause injuries which are considered […]

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Premises Liability Incidents on Halloween

Posted October 31st, 2018 by .

Categories: Premises Liability.

Halloween is the one time of year where you can freely transform your home and property into a horrifying sight to see. Whatever your pleasure is – a haunted house, graveyard, or something straight from a horror movie – you can decorate as you see fit. As tradition has it, trick-or-treaters will be going door […]

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When Shopping Carts Attack: Premises Liability and Shopping Cart Accidents

Posted September 20th, 2018 by .

Categories: Premises Liability.

Have you ever watched “The Good Place?” In that series, the main character dies after a row of shopping carts pushes her into the street where she gets hit by a truck. Although the cause of her death is used as a comedic device, the truth of the matter is shopping cart accidents are genuine, […]

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Were You Injured When an Elevator Closed on You?

Posted August 9th, 2018 by .

Categories: Premises Liability.

Jersey City is not only a transportation hub but also home to a number of skyscrapers. The Goldman Sachs tower, located at 30 Hudson Street boasts 42 floors. Meanwhile, you have your choice of 36 elevators to move from floor to floor. So, what happens if one of them closes on you as you are […]

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Water Park Risks and Responsibilities

Posted June 12th, 2018 by .

Categories: Premises Liability.

Imagine climbing a winding steel-framed staircase toward the summit of a fast and twirling waterslide. The sun is warm and high in the sky as you take in all that Vitamin D. The line is moving quickly, and your friends give you their leftover French fries to finish before you reach the top. They say […]

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Dog vs. Mailman: Who’s Liable?

Posted June 11th, 2018 by .

Categories: Premises Liability.

A man’s best friend, that is until that man decides to deliver mail. Dogs seem to have it out for postmen whether it’s in cartoons, books, or in real life. This may stem from a territory breach in the eyes of your dog when instead you’re just trying to receive your bills, birthday cards, and […]

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