Can you sue for personal injuries when you slip on snow that has not been shoveled from a commercial neighbor’s property?

Have you slipped on the snow and or ice walking into work? Have you slipped sow and ice on a commercial property? Did you slip on the snow at your friends house?   Can you sue? Submitted by New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark On January 19 in New Jersey […] Read more »

I was injured on a New Jersey Transit bus. Can I sue? How do I prove my case?

Dawkins v. One Bus, Decided December 29, 2017 Submitted by New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark. The facts of this case are very straight forward.  The plaintiff-bus passenger was injured when several unruly passengers came onto the bus and assaulted the plaintiff when she was about to exit the […] Read more »

New jersey slip and fall sidewalk primer!— Did the homeowner Create or Exacerbate a hazardous condition that caused injury? I fall on my neighbor’s icy sidewalk. Can I sue them?

Perez v, Bator, New Jersey Appellate Division  December 19, 2017 Have you slipped on an icy sidewalk between two of your neighbors?  Who’s at fault?  What is the residential sidewalk immunity in New Jersey for snow and ice?  Did the homeowner “CREATE OR EXACERBATE’ THE DANGEROUS CONDITION  that caused the […] Read more »

Slip and Fall – Broken Leg at Children’s Birthday Party

Osie-Amoake v. Staffers FEC This is a very straightforward slip and fall case when the plaintiff fractured her leg at her son’s four-year-old birthday party. The plaintiff and her family went to the “Foam Frenzy” amusement attraction at a FunPlex owned by defendants. Defendant asked the court, on summary judgment […] Read more »

What can you say in a car accident closing?

Are you able to make reference to an insurance company? Can you even use the word insurance? How far can your attorney push? Submitted by New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark. In this case the jury returned a $336,000 verdict against the defendant in a personal injury car accident […] Read more »

If I am Injured in my Apartment, is my Landlord Legally Responsible?

Have you been injured in an apartment you are renting? Submitted by New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark What is the landlord responsible for if you were injured in the apartment. In this case the plaintiff was sitting on the porch when a piece of wood from a porch […] Read more »

Have you slipped and fallen on cracked surfaces, wet surfaces on a commercial property???

Have you slipped in your apartment complex? Here is another slip and fall case dismissed by the court. These are not simple cases! You must have your evidence in order prior to filing suit in order to survive your case being dismissed. Submitted by New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer, Jeffrey […] Read more »

Have you slipped and fallen at a commercial tenants property?

Submitted by New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark Commercial slip and fall are very difficult cases and need a lot of preparation in order to be successful. In this day and age there are videos located almost at every turn in every supermarket or commercial promises and manage rented […] Read more »

Why Did My Expert’s Opinion Cause My Case to Be Dismissed?

31-2-3476 DiGiovanni v. Saker Shop Rites, Inc., N.J. Super. App. Div. (per curiam) (21 pp.) Submitted by New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark. Experts are used quite often in both civil and criminal cases.  When scientific, technical, or other specialized knowledge falls outside the common knowledge of an average […] Read more »