Slip and Fall Accidents
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If you or a family member has been involved in a slip and fall or any other accident on commercial property, the lawyers of Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC can help. We have more than 25 years of experience taking on negligent owners of gas stations, restaurants, shopping malls and other places. We have the experience to pursue fair compensation for you.
Slip and falls, as well as other premises liability matters, can be complex. You have the right to an attorney who knows how to overcome any challenge on your behalf.
We encourage you to contact us to find out what we will do to pursue positive results for you in any personal injury case involving:
Over the course of the years, our law firm has obtained fair compensation for slip and fall victims for people in Scotch Plains and throughout New Jersey.
We conduct thorough investigations of every premises liability case in our quest to obtain the maximum compensation.
While slip and fall accidents are the most common premises liability issues, there are countless other ways that a property owner’s negligence can result in serious injury.
We can handle cases involving stairwells that do not have proper lighting, are missing handrails or are poorly designed. These issues can lead to serious injuries and even wrongful death.
We can also take on cases involving assault and other crimes that take place at bars, stores, motels and other properties where the ownership had an obligation to provide security.
Our team has taken on a wide range of large businesses and insurance companies. These are opponents with a great deal of resources to invest in their case. That doesn’t bother us. We know that, when it comes down to it, our ability to carefully design a legal strategy is the most powerful tool available. We will make it clear to the opposition that they should provide a fair settlement. If not, we will take them to court to fight for positive results.
Our team is available 24 hours a day. We are ready to start helping immediately.
Please contact us today to discuss your slip and fall or other premises liability case with one of our dedicated attorneys.
No. Store owners and other business owners have a duty to conduct reasonable inspections of their property to keep others safe. If the owner reasonably should have known about the dangerous condition, he can be held financially responsible even if he did not actually know about the danger.
The first thing you should do is call 911 to get medical attention if you were seriously injured. It is also important to:
– Take photos or videos of the accident scene to document the hazardous conditions
– Report the accident to someone on the premises, such as a store manager or employee
– Avoid making any statements beyond the initial report of the accident
Call an experienced slip and fall accident lawyer for help
Yes, if a reasonable person would have taken steps to correct the dangerous and slippery condition or warn approaching visitors. Snow and ice cases are complicated because it is often impossible for a property owner to fully correct the danger. Property owners can, however, take reasonable steps to remove snow, salt walkways and place warning cones or signs to keep visitors safe.