What is an attractive nuisance in New Jersey?

New Jersey has adopted the attractive nuisance doctrine, which is intended to prevent injuries to your children. A property owner who has items that will both attract children and also present an element of harm is expected to take certain standards to prevent a tragedy. Generally, there are several components that must be present to … Continue reading “What is an attractive nuisance in New Jersey?”

The real effects of a dog bite in New Jersey

At times cute and cuddly, dogs can quickly turn into a violent threat. At Cooper Levenson Attorneys at Law, we know how devastating an animal attack in New Jersey can be. If you plan on seeking compensation, you should have a comprehensive picture of the quantifiable and noneconomic damages that lie ahead. According to a … Continue reading “The real effects of a dog bite in New Jersey”

When can failing to disclose information substantiate a lawsuit?

When you are in the process of buying a home in New Jersey, you probably ask a number of questions regarding the house’s condition. After all, should an accident happen on your property, you could be held liable. As a recent incident illustrates, when real estate agents fail to disclose critical information about a home, … Continue reading “When can failing to disclose information substantiate a lawsuit?”

What are some examples of premises liability?

If you’re like a lot of people across the nation, your understanding of the law might be incredibly broad. It’s likely a conglomerate of what you’ve learned from television and movies, talks with friends and family, and personal experience. So while you may not be able to cite state-specific laws, you probably can recognize when … Continue reading “What are some examples of premises liability?”