Attorneys Representing Those Injured in Public Places in Essex County
The law requires the owner of property to be careful and follow prompt adequate steps to ensure the property is safe and reasonably maintained to avoid injury. An owner of a store, restaurant, or other business is legally responsible for the injuries to its patrons who suffer from slipping or tripping and falling injuries when they cause the dangerous condition or knew or should have knew of the condition and fail to take prompt remedial action.
All too often, people are injured at a store, restaurant or other commercial property. Accidents on commercial property may involve slipping and falling, or being struck by a heavy object that fell from a shelf. If you are injured through no fault of your own, you may be able to pursue compensation from multiple parties, depending on the circumstances. For example, a restaurant owner may rent space in a building. If you are injured at the restaurant, the owner of the restaurant and the owner of the building may be named as defendants.
Property owners must keep their premises safe and must warn customers of hazards. The cause of the injury and the type of the injury often determine the value of your case. At The Mark Law Firm, we have handled commercial property accidents cases involving