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Pennsauken Township NJ Personal Injury Lawyers Fight to Get Monetary Compensation for Accident Victims

Do not delay when it comes to filing a personal injury claim. While you wait, the medical bill could quickly pile up. Worse yet, if you are out of work for a long period of time, other bills could also mount. Although some people hesitate to file a personal injury claim because they are convinced that they need to “suck it up” and take care of things on their own, this is not the best approach. Many times, personal injury victims can’t improve their health while also dealing with constant physical pain, expensive medical bills, and long-term rehabilitation. You don’t just deserve compensation for your injuries; you need compensation in order to focus on your health and get better. A personal injury claim may be your best chance to improve your situation. Contact an experienced personal injury lawyer to discuss your case and determine the next step.

Pennsauken Township, New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyers Represent Slip & Fall Accident Victims and Hold Negligent Property Owners Legally Responsible

When you visit another person’s property, you expect that the property owner, or property manager, will have taken whatever steps are necessary to keep you safe and protect you against slipping, tripping, falling, and injuring yourself. Under New Jersey law, vulnerable site visitors who are injured after setting foot on someone else’s property have a legal right to pursue damages. NJ law provides injured parties, like you, with a civil remedy because the law recognizes the inherent vulnerability of site visitors who are likely to be unfamiliar with the particulars of another person’s property. Property owners in New Jersey have a legal obligation to inspect their premises for safety hazards, remove unsafe conditions from the property, and warn site visitors of existing dangers on the premises. When a property owner shirks their responsibility and fails to take necessary measures to protect site visitors against trip & fall accidents, the result could be a significant injury. If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of a slip & fall accident, or a trip and fall accident, on a commercial property, such as a mall or parking lot, or at private residence, you may be able to pursue damages by filing a personal injury claim. The law imposes legal obligations on many different types of property owners, including homeowners, commercial property owners, landlords, location managers, security subcontractors, and even government agencies. Speak with an experienced premises liability lawyer today so that you determine the best course of action in your slip & fall accident case.

Schedule a Free Consultation with Knowledgeable South Jersey Personal Injury Lawyers

If you have been injured because of another person’s negligence, Garber Law can help you get the compensation you need to cover your medical expenses and offset any losses you’ve incurred. We have more than 30 years of experience representing personal injury victims throughout New Jersey, including South Jersey. Our certified civil trial lawyers offer a free consultation to discuss your case. Additionally, we work on a contingency basis in personal injury cases, so there are no fees until and unless we are successful in your case.

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Voorhees

The Greens of Laurel Oak
1200 Laurel Oak Road, Suite 104
Voorhees, NJ 08043

Phone: 856-435-5800

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Aramark Building
1101 Market Street, Suite 2820
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Phone: 866-838-9121

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We serve clients in South Jersey and throughout the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Metro Area, including Burlington County, Camden County, Gloucester County, Atlantic County and Salem County NJ.