A Florida couple has filed a lawsuit in Philadelphia District Court against the Hyatt Hotel Corporation for injuries sustained in a slip and fall accident at the Hyatt Place Hotel in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey. The plaintiffs claim that the woman named in the suit suffered multiple injuries after she slipped and fell on a wet walkway outside of the hotel. In the lawsuit, Hyatt is being charged..
As the winter weather continues into March, the personal injury lawyers in New Jersey at Grungo Colarulo want to remind everyone to stay safe while walking. Slip and fall accidents can cause serious injury, and accounted for more than half of the claims against co-ops and condos last year. Property owners have a responsibility to correct hazardous conditions in and around their buildings in..
A recent report by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety reveals an unusual connection between senior citizens, declining coordination and car accidents. According to the study – titled “Associations Between Falls and Driving Outcomes in Older Adults” – the more frequently an elderly driver falls, the greater the odds that they will later become involved in a car accident. Cherry Hill car..
A New Jersey woman has filed suit against Greenwood Gaming and Entertainment, Inc. after slipping on a wet substance and falling at Parx Casino in Bensalem, Pennsylvania in January. The injured victim is seeking damages in excess of $150,000 from Parx for what she claims is negligence that resulted in a variety of medical and lifestyle issues, such as neck pain, mental anguish, suffering,..
Summer is in full swing, and as people are enjoying the outdoors it’s important to keep safety in mind. Slip and fall accidents are often a concern during the winter when there is ice on the ground, but there are many summer conditions that can put people at risk. Injuries caused by a slip and fall accident can have effects lasting long after summer ends. New Jersey personal injury lawyers at..
On August 12, 2015, in Qian v. Toll Brothers, Supreme Court Justice Barry Albin ruled that deciding sidewalk liability in slip and fall accidents is determined not by who uses the sidewalk, but by who owns the sidewalk. The New Jersey Supreme Court unanimously ruled that poorly maintained sidewalks, owned by condominium Homeowners’ Associations (HOA’s), can be held liable for slip and fall..
Winter is upon us, and cold weather precipitation brings icy, slippery surfaces that can be extremely dangerous if precautions are not taken. In New Jersey, property owners are legally required to keep their premises free from hazardous conditions, including snow and ice. If you are injured in a slip and fall accident this winter, seek immediate medical attention. Although we cannot change the..