Free Case Review

Free Case Review

Premises Liability

Attractive Nuisances: What They Are and Why They’re Dangerous

Understanding What an Attractive Nuisance Is Did you know that over 10.4 million people in the U.S. have an attractive nuisance on their land? Though this type of property is very common, it is often misunderstood. Learning what an attr...

Filed Under: Personal Injury Tagged With:
Can You File a Premises Liability Lawsuit Against a Retail Store Owner?

How to Determine Grounds for a Premises Liability Claim When people visit retail stores, they're often at risk for an injury. More than 2,000 people per day visit emergency rooms throughout the United States due to injuries that re...

Filed Under: Premises Liability Tagged With:
Business Owners May Be Responsible for Sidewalk Slip or Fall Injuries

Business Owner’s Limited Responsibility for Slip and Fall Injuries You may be one of 800,000 patients hospitalized every year in the United States after falling, or you may be one of the 3 million who only needed emergency medica...

Filed Under: Premises Liability Tagged With:
Can Large Event Organizers Be Held Accountable for COVID-19?

Filing a COVID-19 Personal Injury Lawsuit Against Event Organizers While virtual gatherings are up 1,000% since the start of COVID-19, there are still some in-person events happening. If you've gotten sick at an event, you may consider ...

Filed Under: COVID-19 Tagged With: assumption of risk
Dealing with Properties That Ignore COVID-19 Precautions

What to Do When Businesses Don't Take COVID-19 Precautions Seriously COVID-19 has not only changed the way that people live their lives but also the ways that businesses operate. Businesses are recognized to have certain obligations to ...

Filed Under: COVID-19 Tagged With:
Is a Store Liable If Its Customers Get Coronavirus?

A Store's Possible Liability for COVID-19 As of mid-April, over 40 grocery store employees have died from COVID-19. It's not only workers who can get sick in stores — for many people in quarantine, grocery shopping is the one tim...

Filed Under: COVID-19 Tagged With: contracted COVID-19
Craig Aronow obtained $450,000 for Client Injured Due to Slip and Fall Negligence

RAM Law partner, Craig Aronow, obtained $450,000 for a client who was injured due to the negligence of a property owner, property management company and snow removal contractor. The contractor acknowledged that they did not put ice melt do...

Filed Under: Craig Aronow Tagged With:
Can I Sue for A Slip and Fall Injury in A Train Station?

Knowing who could potentially be held liable in a personal injury or premises liability claim is something that needs to be accomplished with the help of an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. You may be eligible to purs...

Filed Under: Accidents Tagged With:
Snow and Ice: Not Always Nice at a Condominium or Apartment Complex

In New Jersey, living with snow and ice during the winter comes with the territory. While snow provides the occasional "snow day" for our children, it also affects our ability to run errands, get to work or even go to the mailbox. If not pr...

Filed Under: Accidents Tagged With:
Icy Dicey Sidewalks, Walkways, Driveways and Parking Lots in New Brunswick

In New Jersey, whether a property owner is liable for injuries that someone suffers on snow and ice on a sidewalk depends upon whether the abutting property is a commercial or residential property, such as a single family home. If you exper...

Filed Under: Accidents Tagged With:

Contact Our Office

To schedule a confidential consultation, contact us online or call our offices, in New Brunswick at (732) 247-3600, in Somerville at (908) 448-2560, or in Freehold at (732) 828-2234.

Reach Out For A


Multiple Offices Across New Jersey

New Brunswick

111 Livingston Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Phone: (732) 247-3600


21 North Bridge Street
Somerville, NJ 08876

Phone: (908) 448-2560


31 W. Main Street 1st Floor
Freehold, NJ 07728

Phone: (732) 828-2234