Aiello Harris is Now Taking Slip and Fall Accident Cases

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Aiello Harris is now taking slip and fall accident cases.

It is the responsibility of homeowners and business owners alike to make sure that their property is maintained during the winter months. This means that they must properly shovel and salt walkways and driveways after each snow fall. If this goes undone, the property owner will be at fault if someone slips and falls on their property. Aiello, Harris, Marth, Tunnero, Pastor & Schiffman, personal injury attorneys in New Jersey, have been representing victims of slip and fall accidents for decades and have been getting their clients just compensation.

Slip and fall accidents are also known as premises liability cases. Premises liability cases occur when a person is harmed in a serious accident that takes place as a result of unsafe conditions, a defect, or negligent maintenance of a property.

Many of these types of premises liability accidents in the U.S. are slip and fall accidents. There are numerous places where premises liability accidents can take place such as shopping malls, apartment buildings, homes, unattended buildings, and even open plots of land. The homeowners, landlords, employers, and companies that own the properties are all responsible for the equipment they operate and/or the upkeep of the property they hold. If these properties are not managed and maintained properly, the risk of someone getting hurt as a result of this neglect goes up substantially. Finding an injury lawyer in New Jersey is essential for having a successful case and victims of slip and fall accidents should contact Aiello Harris immediately for a consultation.

About Aiello Harris:

As a firm, Aiello Harris offers a vast amount of experience in an equally broad range of areas of practice from personal injury and employment law to criminal defense and complex federal tax litigation. Aiello Harris’s clients also benefit from the respect and credibility they have established with judges and other legal professionals in the courts of Middlesex County, Hunterdon County, Essex County, Morris County, and North and Central New Jersey.

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