Premises Liability | Slip & Fall
Negligence of Property Owners
State law holds property owners responsible for unsafe conditions and neglected maintenance that leads to serious injury. But New Jersey juries (and insurance companies) often have a more skeptical “watch where you’re going” philosophy.
To prevail in a slip and fall lawsuit or other premises liability case, you need experienced personal injury attorneys who can explain in simple and convincing terms why the business or entity is accountable for your damages.
“Can I sue for my injury?” Free Consultation at 1-877-NJLAW4U
East Brunswick • Middlesex County • Northern New Jersey
Martin Kane Kuper, LLC doesn’t take the minor or dubious cases that give slip and fall claims a bad name. We represent clients who have suffered severe or permanent injuries, and we have a record of notable verdicts and settlements to show for it.
Our trial lawyers have secured damages for slip and falls, trip and falls and other injuries caused by:
- Floors slick from spills, mopping, waxing or melted snow
- Snow and ice not cleared away within a reasonable time
- Unexpected rises or drop-offs
- Faulty stairs, handrails and railings
- Broken or inadequate lighting
- Falling merchandise or sharp protrusions
To sue, you must have a lasting injury such as a broken bone, back or neck injury, head trauma, or serious flesh wound (scarring or nerve damage). To win damages, we must prove that the property owner (a) knew of the hazard and had opportunity to correct it or (b) should have discovered the danger or defect through daily maintenance.
Martin Kane Kuper has secured compensation from supermarkets, restaurants, apartment buildings and other businesses. In certain circumstances, a municipal entity or homeowner may also be liable for your slip and fall injuries.
Contact our East Brunswick office today at 1-877-NJLAW4U or by email to discuss your specific case. We offer a free, honest evaluation and will promptly investigate to build the best case for damages.