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Slip and Fall Accidents While Moving

April through September is prime moving time for tenants. After starting a new lease, tenants are usually pleased to be in a new apartment. It is also a new opportunity for a positive landlord-tenant relationship. If, as a tenant, you hired movers, be sure that the movers carry liability insurance in case of accidents during […]

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Sidewalk Slip and Fall Accidents

According to a 2018 investigative report by NBC news in Philadelphia, over $17 million was paid out to victims of slip and fall accidents on Philadelphia sidewalks in recent years. This can have an impact on residential tax payments. Most of the accidents were in far flung areas of the city where multiple hazards cropped […]

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Spring Slip and Fall Prevention

Spring is here, a time when people come out of hiding and take up new outdoor hobbies or adventures. However, each season poses its own dangers, including slip and fall accidents. This may be due to people participating in new activities, but it can also be due to hazards that are particular to early spring. […]

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Proving Fault in Stair Accidents

Most people are aware that if you slip and fall on someone else’s property, there is a good chance that the property owner is liable. What some may not know is that accidents on stairs are also due to property owner negligence. There are certain conditions that determine if the property owner is at-fault. These […]

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Hotel Injury Liability

Staying at a hotel is usually a time when you can avoid your normal responsibilities. This respite is a welcome change for many people, and they look forward to being waited on with room service and extra pampering. Yet, being on vacation or away from home may also come with something unexpected. When you are […]

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Owner Versus Occupier

If you are walking down the street and the sign on a store falls on you, there are questions as to who would assume liability. The sign causes you to fall unconscious. You wake up in the emergency room and are told that the store has had trouble with signs before. Your medical bills, including […]

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Important Factors in Slip and Fall Cases

Every legal case has applicable standards that determine the strengths and weaknesses of a plaintiff’s claim. A good slip and fall lawyer can help wade through the facts to help determine what is most important to your case. In a slip and fall case, it is important consider certain factors, such as who is liable […]

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The Dangers of Attractive Nuisances

Property owners should protect themselves against hazards that are known as attractive nuisances. These hazards are human-made fixtures or items on a property that would likely attract children to the property. Property owners have a duty to ensure that these fixtures or items are not easily accessible to children, despite children’s natural propensity for curiosity. […]

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Proper Flooring Can Prevent Slip and Fall Accidents

Businesses frequently encounter slip and fall accidents, many occurring in restaurants. Restaurant owners want to avoid hazards that contribute to patrons taking a tumble inside the restaurant. Owners must plan for all types of patrons, such as young children, elderly customers, and disabled customers who may use wheelchairs, walkers, or canes. When planning the construction […]

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Winter Weather Injuries

With winter comes a host of preventable injuries. At Nerenberg & Gagliano, we file personal injury lawsuits when people are injured due to negligence. Property owners and employers should maintain their properties, and visitors and workers should exercise care when they venture onto the ice and snow. The following are a few slip-and-fall scenarios that are […]

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