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How to best avoid a slip-and-fall accident on snow and ice

Winter is just around the corner, and the first snowfall in northeastern New Jersey might be just a month or so away. Property owners who neglect to include the necessary maintenance measures in their safety protocols may find themselves facing premises liability lawsuits in the not too distant future. As a consumer, you would likely expect store owners to clear away snow from the sidewalks leading to the entrances of their premises to prevent slip-and-fall accidents.

Dump truck driver arrested in fatal pedestrian accident

For many New Jersey citizens, walking and biking are great sources of recreation and also a more economical means of transportation. As roadways become more and more crowded across the state, greater numbers of pedestrians and bicyclists are sharing crowded streets with motorists. Although vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians often share these roadways without incident, there will always be a risk for accidents. Because pedestrians and bicyclists are fully exposed to the elements, any pedestrian accident can easily be fatal. Recently, an accident in Riverdale left a bicyclist dead and a motorist behind bars.

Injuries from alleged fall lead to premises liability claim

The majority of accidents are unpreventable and definitely unexpected. However, some accidents can be prevented just by taking a few basic precautions. Most businesses and establishments in the state of New Jersey are safe and inviting. Unfortunately, there will always be property owners that fail to take the necessary precautions to prevent accidents from occurring to visitors and patrons. What can be done when visitors and patrons suffer injury due to neglect and unsafe conditions on a property?

Motorist charged in pedestrian accident that left man injured

With New Jersey cities thriving these days, vehicles and pedestrians are often in very close proximity. Walking along crowded roadways can be very risky, and with populations steadily increasing, more and more pedestrians are put in harm's way. A recent pedestrian accident in Newton left one person injured a motorist facing charges.

Driving under the influence leads to serious car accidents

Accidents seem to be happening more and more due to the increased volume of traffic on roadways these days. Unfortunately, thousands of people are involved in automobile accidents each year. Navigating crowded roadways can be one of the most dangerous tasks in the daily lives of New Jersey citizens. Even minor accidents like fender benders can cause unwanted stress to those affected. Car accidents can be very traumatic experiences, but when alcohol is involved, the stress and trauma of the experience are magnified.

Is workplace violence really something to be concerned about?

Yes. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, somewhere in the neighborhood of two million people across the country, most likely including many here in New Jersey as well, suffer injuries at the hands of their co-workers, customers, clients or visitors. You may expect to hear about workplace violence when it comes to police officers and corrections officers, but the potential for violence exists in every industry.

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