Do You Have A Slip and Fall Case For A Fractured Arm, Elbow, or Shoulder From Snow and Ice?

Over 800,000 patients a year are hospitalized because of a fall injury.  The chance and risk of having a slip and fall injury goes up during the winter months due to slippery and hazardous conditions created by snow and ice.  This is especially so when people are walking more quickly than normal – such as … Read more

Do You Have A Slip and Fall Case For A Fractured Ankle From Snow and Ice?

Over 800,000 patients a year are hospitalized because of a fall injury.  The chance and risk of having a slip and fall injury goes up during the winter months due to slippery and hazardous conditions created by snow and ice.  This is especially so when people are walking more quickly than normal – such as … Read more

7 Common Back Injuries Caused by a Slip and Fall Accident

Slip and fall injuries are a top workplace danger and a scourge of older adults. These falling injuries are responsible for 3 million emergency room visits per year. As a category, falls are the leading reason people visit hospital emergency rooms. 22 percent of slip and fall incidents are responsible for those injured missing more than one month from … Read more

What Kind of Evidence Should I Be Collecting if I Am in a Slip and Fall Accident?

Slip and fall cases fall under the umbrella of personal injury lawsuits, specifically premises liability cases. These types of cases require that you prove your injuries, and the financial losses associated with them, were because of the defendant’s negligence. Medical records are a key component to proving the extent of your injuries, but you will … Read more

7 Things You Need to Know About a Slip and Fall Accident

Slip and falls are some of the most common accidents in the United States and can have serious consequences for their victims. Taking time off from your work and home life to recover can be costly and emotionally overwhelming for you and your family. Filing a lawsuit against a negligent individual or business for your … Read more

Can I Sue for my Injuries from a Defective Sidewalk in New Jersey?

In New Jersey, if a person is injured while walking on a sidewalk, will they have any recourse?  The answer is it depends. New Jersey distinguishes between commercial and residential property owners to determine the liability to a person injured using their public sidewalks. A purely residential property owner owes no duty to maintain a … Read more