Central New Jersey Slip-and-Fall Lawyers

Slip-and-fall accidents occur when someone slips, trips or falls as a result of dangerous property or conditions. These conditions can include torn carpeting, wet floors, poor lighting or cracked sidewalks. Injuries also can occur due to a hidden pothole, stairs or an escalator or due to rain, ice or snow. If you have been injured due to a slip-and-fall accident, it is in your best interests to seek representation from a skilled lawyer.

Lieberman, Ryan & Forrest, L.L.C., has been helping clients recover for their injuries since 1983. Our attorneys know how to examine the accident scene and evidence to determine if property owners are negligent. If you are entitled to compensation, we are fully prepared to advocate on your behalf in negotiations and the courtroom.

Before you talk to the insurance companies, call a lawyer to ensure your legal rights are protected. Contact us today for a free initial consultation: call our Somerville office at 877-456-4253 or our Flemington office at 866-350-4939.

Skilled Premises Liability Attorneys Who Know the Law

Determining slip-and-fall cases can be complicated. Often, it may be difficult to determine who is at fault. In New Jersey, the owner or operator of commercial property is responsible for accidents caused on their property. Determining fault in matters involving private property, however, can become more complex.

We are Somerville slip-and-fall attorneys with experience in all areas of premises liability law. To determine if you have a case, we will meet one on one with you to understand the circumstances surrounding your accident. If necessary, we will consult with experts to determine if property is not up to code. As your attorney, we can handle all direct communication with involved parties so you can focus on recovery.

Contact Us Today for a Free Consultation

To schedule a free, no-obligation initial consultation, call us toll free at 877-456-4253 to reach our Somerville office or 866-350-4939 for our Flemington office. Or, if you prefer, contact us by e-mail using our online submission form. Evening and weekend appointments are available, and we don't charge a fee unless you recover for your injuries.