East Orange And Newark Supermarket Injury Lawyers
Supermarkets and grocery stores in New Jersey have a duty to make sure they provide safe conditions for their customers and anyone else in the store. Being injured in a grocery store accident could lead to very serious injuries, requiring medical care and leading to a dramatic change in lifestyle for someone who is the victim of a supermarket injury.
If this happens to you, it’s essential to contact a personal injury attorney right away. Our lawyers at the East Orange firm of Goldstein & Goldstein, LLP, have been helping people injured in accidents at supermarkets and other businesses recover damages so that they can get their lives back on track.
The Hidden Dangers At Supermarkets
At first glance, it might not be apparent that a supermarket is a potentially dangerous place when it comes to being injured. However, because of the services they provide and the layout of their stores, grocery stores could be a breeding ground for hazards.
Some of these could include:
- Wet floors: Slip-and-fall accidents could occur from unattended spills, either from shoppers or from employees. Refrigerator or freezer sections also could develop leaks, leading to conditions that could lead to slip-and-fall injuries. In the winter, people entering the store could track in snow and ice, which could melt and lead to slippery conditions. The stores could be held liable for damages if, for example, it is shown that employees were aware of wet floors but did not act to fix the problem.
- Falling objects: Merchandise that is not properly displayed could fall from a shelf, leading to the possibility of injury. Even objects that are relatively light may have sharp corners or break upon impact.
- Unsafe displays: Products that are presented in ways that lead to items jutting into walkways could be tripping hazards.
Set Up A No-Cost Consultation With An Experienced Attorney
Accidents involving these situations, or ones like them, deserve the attention of the experienced attorneys at Goldstein & Goldstein, LLP. Contact us online or give us a call at 973-609-5693.
We do not accept a fee unless we recover for you.