Ice and Snow Related Accidents In Essex County

Essex County Ice & Snow Accidents Lawyer

Accidents Involving Ice and Snow

Property owners have a duty to maintain their sidewalks and parking lots, especially during winter. When ice and snow coat walkways, they pose a serious threat. If you were injured in a slip-and-fall accident caused by a New Jersey property owner’s negligence in removing snow or ice, the Law Offices of Gary J. Natale, P.C., can help.

For more than two decades, we have held negligent property owners accountable for failure to maintain reasonably safe conditions on their property. Contact us to speak to an experienced and passionate client advocate: New Jersey slip-and-fall attorney Gary Natale.

A Landowner’s Duty Does Not Stop at Shoveling

Many commercial property owners believe it is sufficient to simply plow their parking lots and shovel their sidewalks. However, ice often develops when shoveled snow melts onto the concrete and freezes. Black ice can develop when there is no snow at all. Property owners must continue to ensure that their lots, sidewalks and other walking areas remain salted and clear of dangerous ice conditions.

Car and Truck Accidents Involving Ice

Our law firm also handles automobile accidents involving ice and black ice. Just as property owners have a duty to maintain safe premises during the winter months, drivers have a duty to drive carefully when snow or ice is on the roads. If someone else’s reckless driving caused your car accident or truck accident/commercial vehicle accident, we can help you fight for fair compensation.

Did You Slip on Ice? Contact Us.

After a slip-and-fall ice accident, many individuals assume that they caused their own injuries and that they must pay their own medical bills. Before you make that assumption, talk with a New Jersey premises liability attorney. For more information, or to schedule an appointment with an experienced personal injury attorney, please contact us.