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Trip and fall accident cases in New Jersey

Some of the most common kinds of injuries in New Jersey trip and fall accident cases include back injuries, neck injuries, traumatic brain injury, broken bones and ligament injuries. Depending on the severity of these injuries, victims may be forced to pay for expensive medical treatments, rehabilitation therapies and time spent unable to work.

In cases where it can be shown that a property owner or property manager’s negligence caused a slip and fall event, the property owner or manager may be financially liable for damages relating to the injuries. For example, victims might be able to seek compensation for lost wages, medical costs, pain and suffering and other financial losses triggered by the accident.

At the Epstein Law Firm, we have handled trip and fall accident cases involving wet floors, sidewalk cracks, snow and ice on walkways, rotten staircases, potholes in parking lots and other dangerous property conditions. Under New Jersey laws, these kinds of conditions should never exist on a property that is frequented by visitors. When property owners fail to keep premises free of dangerous conditions, they can be made to pay for resulting damages to people who are hurt by them.

At the Epstein Law Firm, our five attorneys have over 70 years of combined legal experience. We have helped numerous clients seek compensation for their injuries and we are not afraid to pursue damages against any defendant if they are liable for an accident. It doesn’t matter if your trip and fall accident was caused by the negligence of a governmental organization, a giant corporation, a small business or an individual property owner, we are available to help you in your case.

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