Who is Responsible for Slip & Fall Accidents at Resorts?

If suffered injuries from a slip and fall accident at a resort, the resort may be legally responsible for your injuries. Under the premises liability law, negligent owners who do not adequately maintain their property are liable for personal injuries. Slip and Fall Accident at a Resort Slip and fall accidents are common, especially in hotels or resorts. Guests may become injured in various types of slip and fall accidents, including those caused by: Broken furniture Broken stairs Icy walkways[…] Read More

Premises Liability with Snow and Ice

Living in New Jersey during the winter means dealing with snow and ice. However, frozen precipitation can lead to slick surfaces. For that reason, many people experience slips during the colder months. In the best circumstance, a slip and fall accident can be a nuisance and uncomfortable. Yet, some falls on ice-covered surfaces can lead to serious injuries and even fatalities. What action can someone take if they slip on an ice-covered parking lot or slide uncontrollably on an unmaintained[…] Read More

What If My Primary Doctor Will Not See Me After a Car Accident?

After being injured in a car accident, most victims either go straight to the emergency room or call their doctors after a few days. While emergency room personnel will treat wounds sustained in a crash, they will recommend follow-up care with a physician. Therefore, no matter which route a victim takes, they will eventually have to contact a doctor’s office. However, many car collision victims in New Jersey are surprised when their family doctors and primary care physicians deny them[…] Read More