You Have A Right To Safety
Business and property owners in New Jersey are legally obligated to provide safe premises for their patrons, residents, employees and visitors. This does not just mean they are expected to keep premises free of physical hazards; they must also use reasonable care to protect their patrons from criminal activity, as well.
Newark negligent security attorney Richard Goldstein has more than 30 years’ experience helping clients recover damages resulting from inadequate security.
We offer a free initial consultation and can provide you with free transportation to our office.
We Are Meticulous In Building Your Case
How can you know if you have a case against your landlord, employer or other party who allowed you to be injured? It’s important to look for a pattern of events that demonstrate a responsible party knew a danger existed but did nothing to correct the problem.
Imagine you have a landlord who knows a door lock is broken, but never gets around to fixing it. If an intruder enters the dwelling and harms you or your family members, or damages your property, you can hold the landlord liable to financially compensate you.
As your lawyers, we would build your case by examining the evidence. We would examine police logs to see if criminal activity was documented in your area. If you notified your landlord in writing or by telephone of your concerns, we could seek a judge’s permission to use them in a trial, or eventual out-of-court negotiation.
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Evidence is key in any court action. At Goldstein & Goldstein, LLP, we work hard for our clients to gather solid evidence to prove your negligent security and unsafe premises claims.
For more information in the Essex County area, contact us at 973-609-5693. We offer a free initial consultation and can provide you with free transportation to our office.
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