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Slip And Fall Plaintiff Not Required To Prove Notice Of Dangerous Condition If Created By Defendant

By on March 26, 2021 in Negligence with 0 Comments

The plaintiff Thomas Seeley was injured at Bally’s Casino when he slipped and fell in the public men’s restroom.  He had not noticed the moisture on the floor before he fell.  The issue in Seeley v. Caesars Entertainment, 2021 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 446 (App. Div. March 18, 2021), was whether the testimony that the […]

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Commercial Landowner Found Potentially Liable For Fall Occurring on Grassy Area Between the Sidewalk and Curb

By on March 5, 2021 in Liability with 0 Comments

Plaintiff Quinisha White fell in front of a commercial property while walking from her house to a car in the street.  She had stepped into the grassy area between the sidewalk and the curb and lost her balance due to an uneven decline by the curb.  She sued the owner of the property, defendant Magyar […]

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Supermarket Found Not Liable For Plaintiff’s Fall Due To Water On Store’s Floor

By on January 29, 2021 in Liability with 2 Comments

Plaintiff Sara Quejada was shopping with her daughter at defendant’s supermarket when she slipped and fell on water as they were near the checkout area of the store.  Plaintiff did not know the source of the water. The issue in Quejada v. ShopRite, 2021 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 91 (App. Div. Jan. 19, 2021) was […]

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Plaintiff’s Negligence Claim Against Retailer Store Dismissed For Failure to Prove Causation for Fall

By on January 22, 2021 in Negligence with 0 Comments

Plaintiff Jeanne Ludwig was shopping at the Michaels store when she tripped and fell over the base of a railing while backing up inside a shopping cart corral inside the store.  Plaintiff was looking for lights to display on her windowsill and tripped when her foot hit the base of the railing for the cart […]

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Red Lobster Found Potentially Liable To Customer For Injury From Fall On Oily Steps

By on September 4, 2020 in Negligence with 0 Comments

The plaintiff, Mia Alers-Alvira, was leaving the Red Lobster restaurant when she slipped and fell on the last of three steps that led to the entrance/exit pathway of the Red Lobster.  She claimed that she fell on the oily residue on these concrete steps.  In the case of Alers-Alvira v. Red Lobster Restaurant, Inc., 2020 […]

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Store Found Not Liable For Slip And Fall Due To Melting Snow From Cart In Aisle

By on January 3, 2020 in Liability with 0 Comments

Plaintiff Johanna Cortes fell while she and her husband were shopping at BJ’s Wholesale Club.  She allegedly slipped and fell in a puddle of water about two feet wide, created by melting snow from a cart left in the aisle.  In the federal court case of Cortes v. BJ’s Wholesale Club, 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS […]

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Plaintiff Not Entitled to Mode of Operation Charge When Unable to Identify Substance Causing Fall

By on June 22, 2018 in Civil Lawsuits with 0 Comments

Plaintiff Enrico Andricola (“Andricola”) slipped and fell in the cafeteria of Defendant Kennedy Hospital (“Kennedy”). He injured his ankle and sued Kennedy. In Andricola v. Kennedy Univ. Hosp. Inc., 2018 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 1146 (App. Div. May 16, 2018), the issue was whether the plaintiff was entitled to a mode of operation charge for […]

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Homeowners Found Not Liable for Slip and Fall on Ice on Adjoining Public Sidewalk Due to a Refreeze of Water From Homes’ Downspouts

By on January 5, 2018 in Liability with 0 Comments

Plaintiff Rosa Perez slipped and fell on a public sidewalk in Harrison, New Jersey while walking in front of the row-homes of defendants Joseph and Jane Bator and Jose and Rosalyne Parraguez. Both homes had rooftop gutters and downspouts that channeled rain water and snowmelt into the common alleyway between the two homes and spilled […]

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Owner of Three Family Home Has No Liability for Injury Caused by Fall on Sidewalk Adjacent to Home

By on June 16, 2017 in Liability with 1 Comment

Plaintiff Scott Valentine suffered injuries when he fell on ice or snow on the public sidewalk abutting the three family home owned by defendants Maximo and Ana Almanzar. The issue in Valentine v. Almanzar, 2017 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 1440 ( App. Div. June 12, 2017) was whether the defendant homeowners had a legal duty […]

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