Have You Been Injured Due To Commercial Property Owner Negligence?
Business owners have a duty to maintain their property in a manner that does not threaten the safety of clients, visitors or passerby. If you have been injured due to a property owner’s negligence in a shopping center, grocery store or any other commercial establishment, talk to an attorney to determine if you have a premises liability claim.
From our office location in Newark and in New York, the lawyers and staff of MetroLaw.Com represent clients who have been injured on commercial property. For a free consultation to discuss your legal options, call 800-469-6476.
Examples Of Commercial Premises Liability
Business owners have a duty to maintain their property in a reasonably safe condition. If a commercial property owner allows a dangerous property condition to exist, they can be held responsible for injuries resulting from the condition. MetroLaw.Com routinely represents clients who have been injured in the following types of commercial premises liability accidents:
- Dangerous sidewalks
- Dangerous staircases
- Objects falling from store shelves
- Exposure to toxic chemicals
- Slip, trip and fall accidents
- Accidents resulting from inadequate security or lighting
There are differences in commercial premises liability law in New York and New Jersey. If you have been injured in any business or commercial building in New York or New Jersey, we can explain the state-specific laws that apply to your injury case, and help you explore your options.
To speak to a commercial premises liability lawyer in Newark, please contact us online, or call 800-469-6476. We offer a free initial consultation in personal injury cases.