Apartment hunting in New Jersey can be lots of fun. Many people like to make a day of it, lining up several prospects in various locations and heading out with a loved one or best friend (as a second set of eyes and ears) to explore available options and create dreams and plans for the future. You might be one of the rare, lucky ones who score the perfect abode on the very first visit, or, as is more common, you may need to tour multiple residences before finding just the right one.
It may have crossed your mind at one point or another that a business you frequent may need additional security. Though you may have difficulty determining when an establishment should have security guards on staff, a business may have certain characteristics that could create the need of such safety measures. If you have suffered an injury at a business because the owner did not provide sufficient security, you may have cause to file a legal claim.
New Jersey property owners are responsible for the safety of those who go enter their property, whether it is a residence or an establishment. While that may seem like a suggestion, it is actually a legal obligation for property owners. If a person is injured within their property, it can result in a premises liability lawsuit, especially when there is a clear indication of negligence on the part of the owner. However, negligence in this particular type of lawsuit is not easy to prove and it can be complicated. Fortunately, our East Orange law firm is exceptionally prepared to deal with such a legal action.
Shopping malls have become an integral part of American life and culture. Nowadays, New Jersey residents can do just about everything at a mall: shop, dine, watch a movie and even get a makeover. However, despite providing a lot of services, mall owners and operators should always look after the safety of their patrons; not only as a service for those frequenting the mall itself, but simply because malls are legally obligated to keep their premises safe. Otherwise, even a simple stroll at a mall can result in injuries.
Property ownership has its own set of responsibilities that, when followed, should provide for the safety of the property owner and other property visitors as well. Some New Jersey property owners may forget this very real responsibility and blame the victim when an accident occurs leaving a visitor or resident injured. However, we are aware of these responsibilities and the laws regarding premises liability and we believe that the right people should be held responsible for any negligent acts.
Many New Jersey residents go to amusement parks for enjoyment at some point during the summer. When it comes to amusement, though, roller coasters are the gold standard for both thrilling and frightening riders. Unfortunately, as one recent accident in another state shows, a roller-coaster ride can turn more frightening and actually life threatening if something goes wrong.
Summer weather is perfect for having some fun outside, and many Newark residents are expected to flock to New Jersey's many amusement parks. A wide selection of rides and other fun-filled attractions can help a New Jersey resident beat the summer heat. However, the danger of sustaining an injury in amusement parks is real. According to research, despite being heavily regulated to maintain safety standards, amusement parks in New Jersey still have their share of accidents and injuries.
Many restaurants in Newark, New Jersey, attract many diners with a homey and welcoming charm, allowing people to share moments with family and friends. Unfortunately, negligent restaurant owners and employees can risk the safety of their customers, leading to devastating outcomes.
Many residents of New Jersey know that the number of shoppers who visit suburban malls increase during the holiday season. Because of this increase, store and mall owners are on heightened security alert during this time. However, inadequate security, especially in areas where there is history of criminal activity, can compromise customer safety.