Camden County New Jersey Premises Liability and Slip and Fall Lawyer
Joseph Monaco, 2nd Generation Trial lawyer
Call me at 609-277-3166
Camden County Slip and Fall Claims
As a Camden County Slip and Fall Lawyer, I handle cases for clients who have sustained varying degrees of injury including displaced fractures, carpal tunnel syndrome, neck and back sprains and strains, torn menisci in the knee and ruptured discs in the spine. After a Camden County Slip and Fall, you or a loved one may incur medical bills and lost wages. You also may have questions about being compensated for pain and suffering. Call me, Joseph Monaco, and I will properly investigate your case and help you understand your rights in going after the reckless or careless property owner, manager or tenant. A duty to keep properties safe is the law in New Jersey.
Camden County Dram Shop Claims (Improperly Serving Alcohol)
9,967 people were killed in the United States in 2014 by drunk driving accidents. Someone is killed once every 53 minutes. In New Jersey, 562 individuals were killed in 2015 motor vehicle accidents. As a New Jersey Dram Shop Lawyer, I have handled dram shop shop against bars and restaurants that have recklessly served visibly intoxicated customers, who then cause accidents resulting in wrongful death or serious bodily injury to others or themselves. It is also possible for parents to be responsible if their teenager is throwing a party where alcohol is being served to minors. In some cases, the intoxicated culprit and alcohol supplier may be jointly liable for damages.
Responsibility for recklessly or carelessly serving alcohol can happen many ways:
- Serving visibly intoxicated patrons
- Businesses selling or serving alcohol without a license
- Serving or selling alcohol to minors
- Buying alcohol for a minor who then provides it to another minor
- Apartment complex or hotel failing to shut down underage drinking party
- Failing to keep alcohol locked and secured with known minors on premises
Assaults from Inadequate Building Security
Inadequate security cases may happen anywhere in Camden County. These cases usually involve victims of crime at a business establishment such as hotels, apartments or shopping centers or other similar establishments. Owners of these businesses are responsible if the likelihood of criminal activity such as parking lot assaults is reasonably foreseeable and they failed to implement reasonable security measures to protect their customers, tenants or others legally on the premises. These cases are usually quite complex and require a seasoned Camden County Premises Liability Lawyer to be handled properly.
If you or a loved one have been injured or killed in a Camden County New Jersey, call me, Joseph Monaco, Toll-Free at 855-Joe-Legal.