Recent New Jersey Slip and Fall Injury Case Results
Plaintiff slipped and fell on snow in her apartment complex resulting in low back injuries requiring pain management and lumbar surgery.
44-year-old tenant slipped and fell on the stairs at her apartment complex due to the apartment owner’s failure to properly clean the snow off of the stairs. She sustained lower back injuries.
23-year-old woman in a Shop Rite slipped on a wet floor in the frozen food section of the store, resulting in her needing shoulder surgery.
30-year-old restaurant employee slipped on black ice outside the employee entrance at his place of job resulting in a fractured right leg.
53-year-old day care worker slipped on ice in her company’s parking lot resulting in significant pain to her hand.
29-year-old tenant slipped on black ice at her apartment complex while throwing garbage into a dumpster in the complex’s parking lot, resulting in a dislocated and fractured left ankle.
23-year-old pedestrian was walking on a sidewalk when, due to black ice, she slipped and fell on a driveway resulting in left ankle damage.
52-year-old woman in a Walmart slipped on wet paper in front of a freezer, causing her to fall on her knee and subsequently onto her shoulder.