Atlantic County New Jersey Slip and Fall and Premises Liability Lawyer
Joseph Monaco, 2nd Generation Trial Lawyer
Call me at 609-277-3166
Property owners and managers are required to maintain a safe home or business for their guests, customers or tenants. The failure to maintain a property like a casino, apartment or restaurant will result in a responsibility to pay injury victims damages including medical bills, wage loss and pain and suffering. Call me, Joseph Monaco, Atlantic County Slip and Fall and Premises Liability Lawyer, and I will answer your questions beginning with a free consultation if you or a loved one have been injured or wrongfully killed because of an unsafe property.
For over 25 years, I have been handling New Jersey Premises Liability claims such as:
- Slip and falls at a casino
- Lack of proper building security leading to an assault
- Slipping on a wet dance floor or bathroom floor
- Tripping over an uneven sidewalk
- Injuries from an unsafe amusement ride
- Construction site accidents
- Building code violations leading to injuries
- Merchandise falling off of shelves
Time Limits on Bringing a Claim
You may not be aware of this but there are time deadlines when bringing a personal injury or wrongful death claim in New Jersey. You or your loved one are required to file a legal action at the Courthouse within two years of the date of the accident. There are exceptions such as when a child is the injury victim. A child will have two years from his or her 18th birthday to file suit in Court. These laws are known as Statutes of Limitation.
In addition, bringing a claim against the State of New Jersey or Atlantic City will have additional time restrictions. When suing the State or a municipality you must complete a form called a Notice of Claim within 90 days or your claim may be barred without any recovery. These are known as Title 59 claims. Title 59 specifies how and under what circumstances you or a family member may sue the State of New Jersey or a municipality like Pleasantville or or an agency such as NJ Transit. These cases are fraught with pitfalls so it is important that you hire me, Joseph Monaco, right away so you can get an Atlantic County Premises Liability Lawyer protecting your rights from the very beginning.
Atlantic City Casinos are Liable for Unsafe and Defective Conditions
Bally’s Atlantic City
Caesars Atlantic City
Harrah’s Atlantic City
Resorts Casino Hotel
Showboat Atlantic City
Tropicana Casino & Resort
Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino
Trump Taj Mahal
Do not gamble your rights away by leaving things to chance at the last minute when you or a loved one are injured or killed in Atlantic County, New Jersey. Call me, Joseph Monaco, Atlantic County Slip ad Fall Lawyer, Toll-Free at 855-Joe-Legal for a Free Consultation and the No Recovery, No Fee Guarantee. Atlantic City Courthouse Experience.