Bergen County, New Jersey Slip and Fall Lawyer

Property owners have a legal duty to ensure that those who lawfully use their properties are reasonably safe. Unfortunately, they don’t always live up to this responsibility, and when they fail to do so, people can sustain serious injuries as a result. If you were hurt due to unsafe property conditions, our Bergen County slip and fall lawyer is here to help. Contact the Law Office of E. Gregory M. Cannarozzi to schedule your free initial consultation with our dedicated legal team.

Do I Need to Hire a Slip and Fall Lawyer?

After a slip-and-fall injury, you need to understand how negligence impacted your case, who was liable and how to proceed to recover the maximum compensation. During the last 30 years, Mr. Cannarozzi has tried, mediated, and arbitrated thousands of personal injury cases, in the northern New Jersey, Hudson, Morris, and Passaic County, New Jersey, areas. He has extensive experience with a broad range of injury cases in addition to his work in the court and in arbitration. With our Oradell, New Jersey personal injury lawyer working on your case, you can rest assured you are in good hands.

Premises Liability Cases We Handle

Attorney Cannarozzi’s premises liability cases cover a broad base of issues and liability. Over the course of three decades, he has successfully represented personal injury clients in cases involving:

  • Falls from temporary ladders
  • Slip-and-fall injuries due to improper construction or slippery surfaces
  • Swimming pool accidents
  • Defective machinery
  • Sports-related accidents*

*Mr. Cannarozzi’s experience includes being a certified umpire with both the ASA and USAA. He developed safety guidelines when he directed softball leagues for the USAA. He is therefore knowledgeable about all aspects of baseball and softball injuries.

Proving a Premises Liability Claim

To win a premises liability claim of any kind, you and your slip and fall lawyer will need to gather and present evidence that satisfies the burden of proof. The four basic pillars of any premises liability claim are as follows:

  • The property owner in question either knew or should have reasonably known about the unsafe property conditions.
  • The property owner neglected to fix the unsafe property conditions timely.
  • You encountered the hazard and were injured because of it.
  • You incurred significant damages.

Ensure you don’t wait to file your personal injury claim, as the statute of limitations for most injury claims in New Jersey is two years. This means you’ll only have two years from the date of your accident to sue for your rightful compensation. We are prepared to help you today.

Turn to An Established And Respected Attorney After a Slip & Fall Injury

It takes legal verve to create a compelling narrative, procure effective evidence, and prove both negligence and liability in these cases. Trust your case to the attorney with a full scope of experience, skill, and perspective. Contact a competent slip and fall lawyer from the Law Office of E. Gregory M. Cannarozzi today to schedule your free case evaluation with our dedicated legal team.

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