Premises Liability – Wrongful Death
New Jersey landlords, business owners, private homeowners, municipal entity owners of government buildings, pools, and parklands are legally responsible for protecting guests from unsafe conditions. When property owners do not maintain buildings, or are aware of a potentially dangerous issue and do nothing to resolve the problem, they are putting those who visit their premises at risk.
When property owners do not properly maintain their buildings, or when they are aware of a problem but fail to correct it, accidents can happen and innocent people can be seriously injured or killed.
If you have lost a loved one who died as a result of a property owner’s carelessness or negligence, you have a right to seek compensation for medical bills, lost wages, disability issues, pain and suffering, and other accident-related challenges.
Accidents that can occur when owners are negligent include:
- Falls or crashes from faulty elevators or defective stairs and guardrails
- Negligent security resulting in assaults
- Fire code violations and fire safety concerns
- Retail store and supermarket accidents
- Construction site accidents
Premises Liability — Wrongful Death Attorney – New Jersey
The central New Jersey law office of Harold J. Gerr, Attorney at Law represents those who have been injured and families who have lost loved ones in premises liability accidents. We have been fighting for the rights of the injured for three decades.
Our New Jersey personal injury law firm carefully selects the cases we handle, so that we can provide the highest levels of service and personal attention to each client. We are also happy to take over your case, if your first lawyer does not seem to have your best interests in mind. Contact us online or call our office at 732-537-8570 (toll-free at