Ice and Snow Accidents
In winter and spring, when weather conditions can be dangerous, property owners are responsible to keep their property clear of ice and snow. While every speck of snow does not need to be removed, the property must be adequately maintained to avoid snow and ice accidents. When property owners fail to keep their premises reasonably safe, they can be held responsible for accidents on their land.
Experienced in Obtaining a Full Financial Recovery for Injured Clients
Since 2002, the ice and snow accident lawyers at the Law Office of John Tierney, LLC, have advocated for injured clients put at risk because of property owners’ negligent actions as well as defended major corporations and Fortune 500 companies involved in similar lawsuits. We have experience representing clients injured on private property, commercial property and at public buildings. If you slipped and fell because a property owner failed addressing safety concerns, we can protect your rights. Founding attorney John Tierney and our legal team are committed to helping you recover compensation for any accident-related expenses covering your medical bills, pain and suffering, and any lost wages.
Focus On Handling Ice Accidents and Snow Accident Claims
Premises liability is not something that our law firm handles occasionally. Attorney John Tierney has considerable background in this specialized area of personal injury law. He has a very strong and longstanding background investigating slip-and-fall claims for large corporations and municipalities. As a result of this experience, he is in the best position to represent clients injured in slip-and-fall accidents on ice, snow and black ice due to inadequate supervision and safety measures.
We have handled many difficult, high-valued cases in which the outcome was resolved only due to our investigative work uncovering the cause of the accident. In one instance, we were able to determine that the contract for snow removal was not adequate. In another case, we were able to show faulty snow removal equipment was used, causing the snow to be crushed into the sidewalk. This led to unsafe icy conditions putting our client at great risk.
Contact Our Premises Liability Lawyers
We offer free initial consultation with an experienced premises liability attorney who can determine if you have a valid claim. Our personal injury claims are handled on a contingency fee basis. This means we will not charge any attorney fees, unless we recover compensation for you. Put our firm’s experience, dedication and legal skills to work for you.
Contact our Parsippany attorneys today online or call 973-588-3050.