A Firm With Past Success In Premises Liability
A property owner is responsible, by law, to maintain safe premises without hazards. That means if any of these hazards cause an injury, the owner of the business could be held liable for the victim’s injuries.
Consider these examples — ice in a parking lot causes someone to slip and fall, causing a back injury that has impacted their ability to work. A freezer in a supermarket has a leaky part, dripping water on the floor and the store manager’s attempted temporary fix hasn’t worked. A shopper unknowingly steps in it, and it results in a fall that causes a head injury.
Weisberg & Klauber, LLC, in New Jersey, is highly skilled in premises liability cases, with a track record of success of winning damages for clients.
What Is Contributory Negligence?
According to the personal injury law in New Jersey, the injured party filing suit cannot be more at fault for the accident than the person they are suing. Their “contributory negligence” as it’s called, may have added to the result, but not to the extent that the defendant’s neglect did.
Client-Focused Representation, Valuable Experience On The Other Side
Do you have a claim? Sit down with the attorneys at Weisberg & Klauber, LLC, and get a highly skilled personal injury lawyer who will fight for your best interest.