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Passaic County Supermarket Injury Lawyer

Supermarkets are packed with food and beverage products as well as a steady stream of consumers. Unfortunately, slippery surfaces can lead to shoppers falling onto hard tile, linoleum or concrete floors. Contact a knowledgeable Passaic County supermarket accident attorney today to discuss your situation.

New Jersey attorney Tiffany Glenn Burress understands the frustration that follows an accident. The frustration can be made even worse when the accident could have been easily prevented. In these situations, it is wise to have a skilled attorney on your side who can carefully examine the situation and provide valuable insight and an honest case evaluation about your chances for financial compensation.

Clifton Premises Liability Lawyer

If you or a loved one has suffered a significant injury after falling in a supermarket, it is wise to contact an attorney. Often, these accidents can lead to fractures, muscle strains, or head and neck injuries. Supermarket accidents can be caused by numerous situations, including:

  • Failure to post caution signs when cleaning floors
  • Broken tiles
  • Uneven surfaces
  • Bulges in carpets or rugs
  • Missing handrails
  • Defective stairs
  • Falling products
  • Products stacked in walkways

Contact a Hackensack personal injury attorney as soon as possible. We will investigate the situation and give you an honest appraisal of the obstacles you might face through litigation. Often, it can be proven that the store leadership was aware of a dangerous area in the store and took no action to fix it. In these situations, we will aggressively fight for your maximum compensation.

Contact Our Firm

If you have questions regarding supermarket accidents, call Tiffany Glenn Burress, Attorney at Law, at 201-968-5800 Ext: 212, or simply complete the confidential contact form on this website. We offer free consultations and language services in both English and Spanish.

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