If you have been injured in a stairway fall, you may assume that the property owner will compensate you for damages such as medical care, disability, lost earnings, and pain and suffering. Unfortunately, property owners in New Jersey are not automatically liable for injuries that occur on their premises. To pursue compensation, you must work with a Woodbridge personal injury lawyer to prove negligence on the part of the property owner. At Palmisano & Goodman, P.A., we advocate for the rights of stairway accident victims who have suffered serious injuries.
No matter how you were injured, our Woodbridge accident lawyers offer a free initial consultation to review your case, contact us now.
To prove negligence in stairway accidents, it is important to collect and preserve evidence of the unsafe conditions as soon as possible, if you can. This can be difficult to do after you have been injured, which is why hiring a law firm like ours to represent you is important.
We work to recover any and all evidence before the defects are corrected by the property owner, including taking photos of the unsafe conditions, talking to witnesses, and researching building code violations. You can rely on us to work with you to understand the full extent of your injury and how it may affect your life.
Contact Our Loose Handrail Injury Lawyers You can depend on the Woodbridge premises liability attorneys at our firm to provide you with honest advice and personalized attention. For a free consultation, please call us now at (732) 709-4400.