How Do I Determine If I Have a Viable Premises Liability Case?

April 30, 2020

Honored as the recipient of the 2017 Young Lawyer of the Year Award from the New Jersey State Bar Association, with nominations to the SuperLawyers list dating back to 2012 to current, Partner at the Law Firm of Chamlin Uliano & Walsh, James J. Uliano, Esq. in the following video develops the Premises Liability concept and a practical example on how this process works.

How to Proceed in Premises Liability Cases?

Premises liability means that there is a dangerous condition on a property which caused someone to fall. This requires extensive investigation to determine what can and what can no be done. In premises liability cases it is very important that you contact an attorney immediately, that pictures are taken to document the dangerous conditions that may be on the property, for example in a sidewalk fall, with a raised sidewalk you want to document that there was a raised sidewalk and someone is going to have a ruler to show what the gap was in there. This may be a situation where that sidewalk may be repaired soon thereafter and if it is repaired we do not have a way to document what the gap was. That is why is so important to speak with a personal injury attorney right after a premises liability fall.

Not sure if you have a Premises Liability Case? Contact our Team of Monmouth County Premises Liability Attorneys Today

For more and detailed information as to how our Monmouth County Premises Liability attorneys at Chamlin, Uliano & Walsh can help you determine if you have a case or not,  fill out our online form or give us a call at the West Long Branch, New Jersey office at 732-440-3950.