New Jersey Apartment and Home Accident Liability Lawyers
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Experienced Premises Liability Attorneys Represent People Who Have Neen Injured in Home and Apartment Accidents in Bergen County and Across New Jersey
- Have you been injured in an accident that occurred in an apartment building?
- Have you been injured on a homeowner’s property, and was the accident caused by the homeowner’s negligence?
At The Epstein Law Firm, we represent people who have been injured in home and apartment accidents. If you or a loved one has been injured on these premises, contact our law firm to discuss your case in a free consultation.
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Injuries in apartment complexes are very common. Due to heavy foot traffic, close quarters, and negligent property managers, innocent victims are often put at risk simply by being in the common areas of an apartment building. At The Epstein Law Firm, we frequently handle apartment injury cases caused by the following:
- Slippery floors
- Unrepaired staircases
- Missing handrails
- Tripping hazards
- Failure to remove ice or snow
- Inadequate lighting in parking lots, stairwells, etc.
- Negligent security
- Lack or smoke alarms or sprinkler systems
Our attorneys are experienced at handling the following types of homeowner property negligence cases:
- Slip and fall
- Collapsing decks
- Cracked staircases
- Electrical hazards
Determining liability in a home accident can be difficult. It is necessary to prove that the home or property owner was negligent in order to hold them responsible for your injuries. If you have been injured in another person’s home or on their property, we can help you determine liability, and aggressively pursue compensation for your injuries.
Social Guests Liability
Social host laws hold homeowners liable for accidents that result from their supplying alcohol or drugs to guests. For example, a homeowner may serve alcohol to a guest who later gets into a car accident that severely injures a third party. Depending on the circumstances, the homeowner may be considered liable for the injuries to both parties. If you have been injured in such an accident and were served alcohol at another person’s home, call The Epstein Law Firm as soon as possible.